Archive for Tag Archives: ' College'

Confusion Corner: Predicting the weather as public enemy number one

Confusion Corner: Predicting the weather as public enemy number one

Posted On: February 24, 2015

Michael Halleran has the most difficult job at the College of William and Mary. He is the guy [...]

Solving the student debt crisis

Solving the student debt crisis

Posted On: September 15, 2014

Sure, we’d all have to choose our majors earlier. But is that really too high a price to [...]

Last First Day of Classes

Last First Day of Classes

Posted On: September 11, 2014

What did I do when I realized I could be embarking on my last first day of school? [...]

Choosing classes wisely during the highs and lows of registration

Choosing classes wisely during the highs and lows of registration

Posted On: August 28, 2014

Although it sounds like a great idea not to avoid Friday classes — who doesn’t love a three-day [...]

College ranks ninth on Daily Caller list of best colleges

College ranks ninth on Daily Caller list of best colleges

Posted On: August 26, 2014

The Daily Caller ranked the College of William and Mary ninth in its list of the 52 Best [...]

What you can’t learn in a classroom

What you can’t learn in a classroom

Posted On: April 24, 2014

While the classes I’ve taken have been incredibly valuable — I’ve discovered some of my favorite authors, I’ve [...]

Split degrees

Split degrees

Posted On: April 17, 2014

The College should create an atmosphere of trust, both here and at St Andrews, for students to share [...]

Leaving the St Andrews Program

Leaving the St Andrews Program

Posted On: April 17, 2014

In my eagerness to dive deeply into a subject area, I was only going to be able to [...]

Fostering a campus of sincerity

Fostering a campus of sincerity

Posted On: April 14, 2014

But more than any tangible thing the College provides us, I want to more deeply cherish something less [...]

College rankings do matter

College rankings do matter

Posted On: April 03, 2014

Of course, rankings are not all that students consider when applying to colleges; social life, academic experiences [...]