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News and doings from Daly Hall.

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    2014 Literary House Press Intern, senior Samantha Gross, takes us behind the curtain of the soon-to-be-released poetry anthology, The Book of Scented Things—showing us the work that follows the printing of a new book.
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    The founder of the Blessed Coffee company will share a taste of his brew, along with his thoughts on the win-win formula of a “benefit corporation” like his.
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    Lily Britt ’16 has always loved to travel, drawn to the excitement of new experiences and meeting new people. After a year on a Rotary Youth Exchange in France, the die was cast. Lily would follow a career path that always leads back to France.
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    Off to a fulltime job at T. Rowe Price, the immediate past president of the Cater Society and business management major reflects on how learning outside the classroom made him a stronger student.
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    For her senior capstone project, Carly Ogren ’14 wrote a business plan to take her online baking operation to a storefront reality.

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    Danaher’s chief executive Larry Culp ’85 will speak Thursday, Sept. 26 as part of the George Washington Leadership Series.
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    Robert Alexander ’88 didn’t realize, when he was working on his senior thesis at Washington College, that he was actually writing the business plan for a $25 million business. But that’s how it turned out.
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    Jenn Vervier ‘90 comes back to WAC on Oct. 1 to share her success in making the New Belgium Brewing a model of sustainable business practices.


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    “Textbooks are too darn expensive.” No, that’s not a sticker-shocked parent, but veteran business professor Terry Scout explaining why he’s changed his approach this year in the introductory course he teaches every year, BUS 202 Principles of Marketing.
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    Award-winning author of best-selling biography of Apple’s legendary co-founder speaks on campus October 15, launching the Business Biography lecture series.
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    May 22, 2013: WC Enactus makes it to the final stage at the Enactus national competition in Kansas City, MO.
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    International Banker Raghavan Seetharaman, Group CEO of Doha Bank, will talk about corporate leadership, accountability and ethics.”
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    Assistant professor of business management Lansing Williams will help guide the nonprofit’s mission: empowering college students to solve social problems with business concepts and entrepreneurial spirit.
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    Ellen Kullman, the first woman to lead one of America’s oldest firms, spoke at Washington College to a packed house of students, faculty, staff, and visitors on Wednesday, Feb. 27, about the challenges and opportunities of leading DuPont in its third century of existence, and about the firm’s ongoing transformation.
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    As president and CEO of a Fortune 500 company, Larry Culp ’85 talks about what drives success—in the global marketplace and on the small college campus where he studied economics and philosophy.
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    Junior Alexandria Sumner is spending the spring at Disneyworld. And she’s never worked harder–or loved it more.
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    In Alex. Brown Lecture, Clifford Rossi explains how U.S. debt and deficits can affect personal and financial decisions.
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    Sara Hardy ’03, who combined majors in art and business management, takes the “risky” out of business.
  • Wednesday, January 30. Student members of the Alex Brown Fund agreed unanimously to purchase shares of stock in American States Water Co. and American Water Works Inc. 
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    After an internship that gave him hands-on, Spanish-speaking business experience in Santiago, Chile, Ryan Bankert ’13 has already landed a full-time job with a global firm that has branches in his favorite place—Latin America.