• The Nature of Learning

    Meet the people who make up this extraordinary community on the shores of the Chesapeake, where history is still in the making. Your revolution starts here.


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    Sailing for America

    Washington College Sailing Coach Conner Blouin ’10 earns a trip to the Pan Am Games with his top American finish at the Sunfish national championship.


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    Join us for Admitted Students Day!
    This special open house for admitted students on April 11 gives you the opportunity to visit campus one more time before making your final decision.
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    The Level of Greatness
    Co-author on a new paper about Lyme disease, Allison Kirkpatrick ’14 is seeing some of the fruits of her internship, while an undergrad at Washington College, with an international leader on the illness.
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    Finding Balance in the Wine
    Fascinated by the science behind grape growing and winemaking, Zachary Stocksdale ’15 is taking his biology studies in a whole new direction.
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    Love the Turtle!
    Professor Aaron Krochmal’s research on how turtles learn and use navigation skills is the featured cover article in Current Biology. The findings can help wildlife managers better handle turtle populations whose habitats have been destroyed.
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    Relay: In Photos
    Started on campus in 2011, the Relay for Life honors cancer survivors, remembers lost loved ones, and fights back against the disease by funding research. After the Relay weekend, WC had raised over $40,000 for the cause, but the fundraising efforts will continue until August 31.
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    Chesapeake Semester Accepting Applications
    With the landmark Chesapeake Semester, the Center for Environment & Society invites students to undertake unique interdisciplinary studies with the Chesapeake Bay at their core.
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    The World’s A Stage

    Making the most of her Cater Society opportunities, Rachel Dilliplane ’15 has studied theater from Montreal to South Africa to Italy to Scotland, along the way refining her focus for her future in drama.


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