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  • Funded entirely by donations, and unprecedented in higher education, the new program will reduce qualified graduating seniors’ total federal debt load by 10.2 percent.
  • Jasper Fforde, whose comedy/fantasy novel The Eyre Affair is a New York Times bestseller, will visit Washington College April 27-May 1.

  • The Senior Capstone Experience projects of seven students majoring in studio art and art history are featured in this exhibit at the Kohl Gallery. The opening reception is April 29.
  • Washington College President Sheila C. Bair today announced a gift of $1.6 million from alumnus H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., Chair of the Board of Visitors and Governors and former CEO of Danaher Corporation, to endow scholarships for students enrolled in George’s Brigade, the College’s innovative new program to attract and support high-ability, high-need students. This scholarship gift will specifically support students graduating from Washington, DC area high schools.
  • Grammy-nominated Jenny Oaks Baker, known as “America’s Violinist,” will perform on campus on May 3.
  • If you’ve always wanted to learn how to play steel drums, now’s your chance with Washington College’s community steel drum band.
  • Traveling to Rome to participate in Harvard’s World Model United Nations, Washington College’s Model UN team wins two Best Delegate awards while reveling in the cultural smorgasbord.

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