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    Maryland gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan visited campus to discuss his campaign. Before his talk, he met with political science students.
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    Alpha Omicron Pi hosted a carnival during fall family weekend to benefit The Arthritis Foundation.
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    Fall Family Weekend is an annual campus tradition that brings students and their families together with the Chestertown community in a celebration of academic and co-curricular achievement.
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    Joel Sartore speaks about his experiences with National Geographic and the importance of animal conservation.
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    The Center for Environment & Society hosts the annual Chester River Waterfront Festival at Wilmer Park.
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    On September 7, Best Buddies at Washington College traveled to M&T Bank Stadium to watch the Ravens take on the Bengals.
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    Campus Recreation invited campus to the waterfront for a weekend of stand-up paddle boarding. In addition to the paddle boards—available only for that weekend—the boathouse also had kayaks, wake boarding and other fun water activities available to the students all free of charge. Many of the waterfront activities are available all the time, and it’s a great way to get off of campus and enjoy a fun day in the sun.
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    The first Friday of classes included a club fair on Martha Washington Square. 
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    The Washington College Class of 2014 celebrated Commencement and received diplomas on a gorgeous Saturday morning filled with pomp, ceremony and tradition. Read more about the ceremony.

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    Faculty and staff members gathered to recognize the achievements of the Class of 2014.

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    The Class of 2014 enjoyed a reception with General Washington at Mt. Vernon and an evening cruise on the Potomac River.

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    Celebrating the end of classes, Greek Life took to the Campus Green for some fun and games.
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    The Student Events Board and Office of Student Activities welcomed Andy Grammer to Washington College in April for the spring concert.
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    The Student Government Association and Buildings and Grounds got together for the biannual events students love. Casey Time is an opportunity for Washington College to give back to the campus in honor of patrons Eugene B. and Betty Brown Casey ’47. Students gathered at George’s Grove on the sunny Friday before finals to plant some trees and shrubs!
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    Over the night of April 11, WC students, family and friends came together to raise money and awareness. The 48 teams and 658 participants have raised over $48,000 this year.
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    The Washington College MMA Club presented its first annual Charity fight night, featuring Jiu Jitsu and boxing matches between the members of the club, with all proceeds benefiting the Kent County Food Pantry.
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