Monthly Archives: February 2013

Keine Panik auf der Titanik

When I was accepted to study abroad in Austria, I thought, “I’m going to Austria! Well, that’s not all it takes, I’ve come to discover. After I was accepted, not only did I have to do lots of things for … Continue reading

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The Genius from Taiwan

The Genius from Taiwan by Damilola Ashaolu Peter Wang is a man of many talents. A 2nd year MBA, this genius from Taiwan recently granted a glimpse into his life. Enjoy! Q: What does Shih-Ji mean? And which do you prefer … Continue reading

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All’s Well That End’s Well

(Part II, and the exciting conclusion to Hanna’s research in Pamplona, Spain.) The first trial I studied is a 1562 case in which Catalina Perez claimed Juan Alvarez committedmedio homicidio against her. Juan was not known in the town of Eulate … Continue reading

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Medio Homicidio in Early Modern Spain

Today, my group (consisting of Professor Lu Ann Homza and four other history or Hispanic studies majors) and I had our orientations at the two archives we will be using to conduct our research for the next two weeks. The … Continue reading

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My Homecoming

During my fourth day in town, I decided to take a walk through Colonial Williamsburg. Law Week was in full swing and the overwhelming anxiety of starting law school placed a permanent raincloud of terror above the Wythe building. I … Continue reading

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Mason School of Business Celebrates Diwali–The Festival of Lights

Students at the Mason School of Business recently celebrated Diwali, the biggest and brightest festival in India.  Diwali, or the festival of lights, symbolizes the age-old culture of India which teaches to vanquish ignorance that subdues humanity and to drive … Continue reading

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International Students and Scholars Visit DC

On October 26, 2012, Dr. Pamela Eddy, Associate Professor at William & Mary’s School of Education led a group of students on a trip to Washington D.C.  The trip was part of Dr. Eddy’s EPPL 601 Educational Policy: Development and Analysis … Continue reading

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From China to Williamsburg

I travelled a lot before coming to College of William & Mary, but I never had the opportunity to live in another country.  The past four months living in Williamsburg has been an amazing opportunity to experience American culture firsthand. … Continue reading

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