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Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Sydney Internship and Study Abroad Program: Robyn Cleary '18
“What time is it…..wait, no, what day is it….and where the heck are we?” My experience with the first two weeks of the Sydney Internship and Study Abroad Program (SISAP) can be summed up in those three short questions. As my first two weeks abroad come to a close and I begin to settle down into Sydney student life, I am thankful for the opportunity to pause and reflect on the many adventures that have occurred these past two weeks. Tagged: Williams School, Accounting, Business Administration, On the Road
Monday, February 27, 2017 Sydney Internship and Study Abroad Program: Amanda Whalen '18
Growing up, I always loved to travel; I believe the only way to truly understand a culture is to immerse yourself in it. Applying to college in high school, I couldn’t wait for the opportunity to spend an entire semester in another country, experiencing a different culture. Junior year came way more quickly than expected, however, and suddenly I realized I had to make two important decisions: where I would study abroad and where I would apply for internships the next summer. Tagged: Williams School, Accounting, Business Administration, On the Road
Wednesday, February 01, 2017 Sydney Internship and Study Abroad Program: Caroline Holliday '18
I picked up my life in picturesque Lexington, VA with its one-way streets and free parking and moved to the hip suburbs of Arlington, VA – a popular area for W&L students to move to after college, just a short metro ride into downtown DC. I traded three apartment-mates for six kids, a mammoth St. Bernard, and a chilly basement apartment. I switched out my intermediate accounting textbook and cozy carrel in Leyburn for a new city and an audit internship, all of this right in the middle of junior year. Sounds crazy? It’s worth it. Let me explain why. Tagged: Williams School, Accounting, Business Administration, On the Road
Monday, September 19, 2016 Fall Renewal
The return of students in the fall elicits mixed emotions. We feel the absence of those who have moved on even as we welcome the fresh and eager, first-year (FY) students. Tagged: Williams School, Dean's Update

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