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    The Men’s Basketball Team took over McDonalds on April 25—flipping burgers, serving up fries, working the drive thru—to raise money for their program. Thanks to everyone who supported the guys!

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    The Gamma Eta Chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon National Honor Society in Chemistry, installed April 6, 2011, recognizes students demonstrating exceptional ability and interest in the field of chemistry.

    18 new members were inducted
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    The sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, had their annual dodgeball tournament on April 2nd in the JFC. The tournament helped to raise money for their Philanthropy, which is juvenile arthritis.
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    Professor Jeff Kendrick’s talk explored how Marguerite de Navarre (1492–1549), Queen of Navarre and sister of King Francis I of France, foregrounds and nuances feminine spirituality in her devotional writings, and, specifically, how ...
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    This year’s J.C. Jones Seminar In American Business featured Paul Reed Smith: musician, songwriter, and founder of Paul Reed Smith Guitars and Digital Harmonic. Smith is the founder of the 3rd largest manufacturer of electric guitars...
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    Día de Fútbol, an annual event at WAC, was held on April 9 with the support of the Department of Modern Languages, the Office of Intercultural Affairs, and the student body. Washington College ...

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    The Dance Program offered at Washington College is designed to train dancers, choreographers, and performers with particular attention to artistry, proper alignment, and biomechanics.

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    The talk was given by Professor J.P. Moreland in part with the lecture series for the Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture. Professor J.P. Moreland, systematic theologian, philosopher and noted expert on the intersection of science...
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    Talk given by NOAA Scientist Dr. Emily Becker.
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    On Tuesday, April 4, the Rose O’Neill Literary House hosted poet and activist Phyllis Rackin for a talk titled “Feminism is Everywhere” as a part of the Sophie Kerr Lecture Series. Rackin is known as...
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    Each year, Washington College students devote a day to campus beautification in appreciation of Eugene B. Casey and Betty Casey ’47 for their generous support of our institution. The students met in the campus garden...
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    The Washington College Concert Series welcomed David Kim, violin, & Matt Brower, piano. The concert included selections from Handel’s Sonata in D Major, 1 Nr. 13;  Kroll’s Banjo and Fiddle ...
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    Talk sponsored by the Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture at Washington College.
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    Washington College’s Student Events Board presents a Bingo Night with amazing prizes.
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    SEB presents Family Feud with some amazing prizes.
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    This talk was given by Siri Terjesen, PhD, a Chair and Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at American University and a Visiting Professor at the Norwegian School of Economics. Siri’s research focuses on strategic entrepreneurship, international...
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    Alumni Kate Towson ’09 returned to campus on March 2nd to talk about her work in helping homeless women gain skills to transition back into the workforce. She addressed what she feels is the difference between...
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    The exhibition,  What’s Next?,  premieres at Washington College’s Kohl Gallery from January to March 2017. Opening on the heels of the presidential inauguration, this show presents works that engage—either directly or obliquely—with issues that were in high circulation ...