The Way We WereMarking the publication of his new collection of short stories, Where I Am Now, we asked Professor Bob Day to recall where he used to be. Day, known for lovely narratives and bad ties, conjures up the ghosts of WC’s literary past—campus visitors and alumni who found their voices in Chestertown.
For Tim Maloney and Jason Rubin, teaching drama has been as much about imparting life lessons as it has been about theatrical production. Before retiring this spring, they’re offering a farewell performance.
The past is virtually present in the hands of some Washington College students, and that could make their futures.
At Foreman’s Branch Bird Observatory, scientists and students are learning stories told in miles, in wingbeats and in wonder.