Contributed by Ann Waters, WM Class of 2018
On a sunny afternoon in Colonial Williamsburg, William & Mary students can be spotted all along Duke of Gloucester Street, Colonial Williamsburg’s main thoroughfare. Joggers run laps to and from the Capitol Building; study groups sip coffee at the W&M bookstore; and in the fall, everyone enjoys cider at the Raleigh Tavern Bakery. If you’re a student at W&M, you’re likely already familiar with some of the perks of living next door to the colonial capital. This semester, as a participant in the NIAHD program, I’ve had the opportunity to explore off the beaten path of DoG Street and to go behind-the-scenes of Colonial Williamsburg!