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  • What is FixedFor4?
    By fixing tuition all four years that students attend WAC, the new program will offer families and students more certainty in planning for the cost of tuition, as well as protection against inflation-driven tuition hikes.
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  • The Power of Work

    In a gathering with community and College organizers of the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street that is coming to Chestertown this spring, Lonnie Bunch praised participants for recognizing the power of work to bring people together and define our common past and present.

     


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  • Faculty Focus: Abolitionist Research

    History professor Carol Wilson collaborated with three of her students in an independent research project that sheds new light on African-American abolitionists from Maryland’s Eastern Shore.


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  • Climbing the Hill
    Two renowned women of Washington, D.C., recently retired Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., and news analyst and author Cokie Roberts, will visit Washington College on March 3 to kick off The Women’s Centennial, a new program that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
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  • Explore the Chesapeake
    Join us for Chesapeake Semester during the Fall of 2017 and experience our watershed! Early Consideration period ends February 24th. Spots are filling up fast!
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  • Sheila’s Smoothie Shake-off
    Mindful of making positive and healthful choices, President Sheila Bair challenged Washington College students to concoct the most delicious, most nutritious smoothie that she could drink during the Birthday Ball toast. As the first-place winner, Stephaney Wilson ’20 shared the stage with President Bair during the toast.
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  • Taking Science to the Hoop
    Biochemistry and basketball are a slam-dunk for premed student Brynne Brouse ’18.
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  • The Rise of Modernism

    As Washington College prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sophie Kerr’s literary legacy, students in Professor Elizabeth O’Connor’s Rise of Modernism class take a fresh look at Kerr’s work.


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