Life@W&M - Henry Melzer

Week 134 - February 13 - 19 2017 - Henry Melzer '19 shows us a look at his life as a Chemistry and Religious Studies double major, plus the opening of a new exhibition at the Muscarelle, a day at the beach, and attending a Tribe Basketball game.

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  1. Hello guys, my name is Henry, and I'm a sophomore majoring in Chemistry and Religious Studies. I'm pretty stoked to share my experiences and activities with William and Mary. Inside Chemistry, I participate as a research assistant in a Chemistry lab and teaching assistant for Organic I lab. Outside of Chemistry, I am the Historian of Alpha Tau Omega and a writer for the Pillory. It'll be a fun week, and I hope you follow along. - @henry_melzer
    Hello guys, my name is Henry, and I'm a sophomore majoring in Chemistry and Religious Studies. I'm pretty stoked to share my experiences and activities with William and Mary. Inside Chemistry, I participate as a research assistant in a Chemistry lab and teaching assistant for Organic I lab. Outside of Chemistry, I am the Historian of Alpha Tau Omega and a writer for the Pillory. It'll be a fun week, and I hope you follow along. - @henry_melzer
  2. One of my favorite things about Greek Life is volunteering with the Arc, an organization focused on putting on events for people with developmental disabilities. IFC and Panhell set up monthly events with the Arc like bingo, arts and crafts, and costume balls (where this picture of Joon and I is from). Unfortunately, I can't make Arc Bingo this Thursday, but I strongly suggest going. @lauren_degroot has more information on it if you're interested. - @henry_melzer
    One of my favorite things about Greek Life is volunteering with the Arc, an organization focused on putting on events for people with developmental disabilities. IFC and Panhell set up monthly events with the Arc like bingo, arts and crafts, and costume balls (where this picture of Joon and I is from). Unfortunately, I can't make Arc Bingo this Thursday, but I strongly suggest going. @lauren_degroot has more information on it if you're interested. - @henry_melzer
  3. As I mentioned in my introduction post, I am fortunate enough to be a lab teaching assistant for an Organic Chemistry I lab. Even though most of the Orgo labs take two to three hours, it's always a lot of fun watching the students get excited about Chemistry despite being occasionally frustrated. At the end of the day, I get to see everything clean and leave. Leaving always feels pretty good. -@henry_melzer
    As I mentioned in my introduction post, I am fortunate enough to be a lab teaching assistant for an Organic Chemistry I lab. Even though most of the Orgo labs take two to three hours, it's always a lot of fun watching the students get excited about Chemistry despite being occasionally frustrated. At the end of the day, I get to see everything clean and leave. Leaving always feels pretty good. -@henry_melzer
  4. The nice thing about being a Religious Studies double major is that I get a nice break from ISC. Religious Studies classes are usually in the Wren building, so I have an opportunity to learn in the oldest in-use academic building. The atmosphere of Wren makes me connect with the things I learned. This sounds spooky but it's a cool spooky. -@henry_melzer
    The nice thing about being a Religious Studies double major is that I get a nice break from ISC. Religious Studies classes are usually in the Wren building, so I have an opportunity to learn in the oldest in-use academic building. The atmosphere of Wren makes me connect with the things I learned. This sounds spooky but it's a cool spooky. -@henry_melzer
  5. My fall semester during freshman year I was introduced to @lizzzzjacob who helps plan events at the Muscarelle. Tonight there was a Botticelli showing, and I got to see a bunch of cool paintings. I really like art, but I got to say the brownies were my favorite part. -@henry_melzer
    My fall semester during freshman year I was introduced to @lizzzzjacob who helps plan events at the Muscarelle. Tonight there was a Botticelli showing, and I got to see a bunch of cool paintings. I really like art, but I got to say the brownies were my favorite part. -@henry_melzer
  6. College Creek is a hit local spot for William and Mary students. Today we had just warm enough weather to stop by and hang out. Anytime you go down, you'll always see friends from school and it reminds you how close the William and Mary community is. -@henry_melzer
    College Creek is a hit local spot for William and Mary students. Today we had just warm enough weather to stop by and hang out. Anytime you go down, you'll always see friends from school and it reminds you how close the William and Mary community is. -@henry_melzer
  7. It's Sunday, so that means it's time for me to sign off. It's been a party hosting LifeAtWM and I'm excited to see who has it next week. I hope everyone enjoys the weather and has a good week of classes. I'll be taking the week off to debut at the NBA combine. -@henry_melzer
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