We tell the stories of Washington College.
Our office produces print and Web publications for admissions, development, and the president’s office as well as the Washington College Magazine, and other general communications and publicity support for programming and events. We oversee the official campus social media outlets and capture campus stories on photo and video.
For the 2015 event, to be held September 26 during Fall Family Weekend, the Center is partnering with local nonprofit RiverArts and the College’s SANDBOX Initiative to add more events, including new paddle races and a floating illuminated sculpture on the Chester River.
Violist and violinist Nevin Dawson will perform in the final 2015 poetry salon at the Lit House July 28, where Joelle Biele and Aaron Smith will read from their collections.
With his wife, Barbara ’55, the Anne Arundel County developer was a generous donor to capital projects at the College, including the new academic building, now under construction, that will house the Cromwell Center for Teaching and Learning.