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The Washington College community commemorates the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address in a short film produced by the Starr Center.
On their annual “Hannukah Lights” special, radio hosts Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz will read a story by poet and writer Daniel Mark Epstein, this year’s Patrick Henry Fellow at the Starr Center.
Asia Graves, a survivor of human trafficking, will talk about her experience and her efforts to raise awareness, help others heal, and prevent future exploitation of young girls. The Nov. 21 talk concludes a fall series on the issue.
Starr Center’s Goodheart lends his expertise to three-part series on the Civil War now airing on the Smithsonian Channel.
Getting paid while gaining hands-on experience in their field, these two art history graduates made the most of their time this summer as Comegys Bight Fellows.
Through the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience’s StoryQuest project, Washington College students are spending part of their summer learning firsthand about Kent County’s complex and unwritten Civil Rights-era history.