Christopher Reiger '99

When I think of William and Mary, the sundial often comes to  mind.

. . . As an art major, I spent many hours on the steps of Andrews Hall, chatting with other art students, reading, and smoking (a habit long since abandoned). As a lover of libraries, I spent a lot of time in Swem. Naturally, I traversed the space between these two buildings with regularity, and the sundial was a fixture of my student days. But it was also a player in my W&M nights. During my freshman and sophomore years, a large group would gather at the sundial for epic, late night Capture-the-Flag battles. Some of my fondest W&M memories involve clamoring over walls, hurdling over hedges (sometimes not making it), and army crawling alongside the area's buildings—experiential learning!” -Christopher Reiger