Summer in Chestertown means the sun rises around 5:30 a.m., glistening on the Chester River and shining on its avian residents. The golden hour on campus starts around 8:30 p.m. The setting sun illuminates the residence halls and the Casey Academic Center in a resplendent glow. Those of us who are here in the summer—staff, faculty and summer interns—get to enjoy these views all season. As we celebrate the official start of summer, we wanted to share these images with you.
The Washington College Book Award recognizes a high school junior who, in the judgment of his or her teachers, has produced outstanding written work in the field of history. Each award is sponsored by a Washington College alumnus.