• Speaking Up
    An analyst with USAID, Minty Wade Abraham ’04 is working to shape U.S. foreign policy protecting refugees.
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  • Washington College Launches 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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  • Generation to Generation
    As the nation marks the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, Washington College students talk to some of the people who still remember that “day in infamy” and how they coped with the hardships of war.
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  • Hear For It
    Kelin McCloskey ’19 spent her summer interning for Cochlear Americas, the same company that provided her with a cochlear implant at the age of three.
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  • In Tune with the World

    From sea shanties and Neil Young to Batá drumming, Jordana Qi ’18 is following a musical path of her own composition. The journey of a young woman with epilepsy includes an internship at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage and an upcoming gig with a troupe of actors with disabilities in Colorado.


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  • Faculty Focus: A Leader in Neuroscience

    As the newly-elected executive director of Nu Rho Psi, the national honor society in neuroscience, Professor Michael Kerchner is helping colleges across the country support scientific research in this growing field.


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  • What’s Next?
    The first exhibition of 2017 at the Kohl Gallery features multiple artists in varied media approaching issues and questions arisen during the recent presidential election cycle.
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  • WAC in Kiplinger’s Top 300
    The prestigious annual listing in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine places WC in the top 300 schools nationally, and among the top 100 liberal arts colleges nationally, for affordability and academic quality.
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