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  • Following a successful weekend of the musical family drama Next to Normal, the senior drama majors direct three more weekends of theater, offering a two-man play about art, some updated Shakespeare, and a sexy power struggle between an actress and a director.
  • Making the most of her Cater Society opportunities, Rachel Dilliplane ’15 has studied theater from Montreal to South Africa to Italy to Scotland, along the way refining her focus for her future in drama.

  • Co-author on a new paper about Lyme disease, Allison Kirkpatrick ’14 is seeing some of the fruits of her internship, while an undergrad at Washington College, with an international leader on the illness.

  • Washington College junior Ian Flinn has been practicing magic since the age of 7. His March 24 presentation in Decker will combine historical and scientific research with the dazzling tricks of his trade.
  • Fascinated by the science behind grape growing and winemaking, Zachary Stocksdale ’15 is taking his biology studies in a whole new direction.
  • Comedy Central marketing executive Don Steele, a 1991 graduate of Washington College, returns to campus February 26 to talk about how he engages the channel’s fans on social media. His talk begins at 4 p.m. in Hynson Lounge.
  • With the landmark Chesapeake Semester, the Center for Environment & Society invites students to undertake unique interdisciplinary studies with the Chesapeake Bay at their core.
  • The inaugural induction of students into Kappa Alpha Omicron honored the achievements of individuals majoring in the Department of Environmental Studies and Science.
  • Psychologist Laura Sproch, an outpatient therapist and researcher at the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt in Towson, will talk Monday, Feb. 16, at 7:00 p.m. about how to recognize the illness and how to promote healthy attitudes about weight and body image.
  • Seventeen Washington College students grabbed the opportunity of a lifetime over winter break living in Havana, Cuba, studying the vibrant ties between music and culture there, and learning much more about another world.

  • Before becoming the first African American student at Washington College, she helped integrate the public schools in her hometown as part of “the Norfolk 17.”
  • Brenna Schneider, founder and CEO of 99Degrees Custom, a quick-turnaround maker of customized clothing, will return to her alma mater February 9 as part of the Goldstein Program’s Young Alumni Speakers Series.
  • With the studio art program ensconced in airy new space at 100 Gibson, the former boiler plant building gets renovated into a contemporary home for career development.
  • Mohammed Abu Dalhoum, a sophomore from Amman, has written a memoir about his father and their last summer together.
  • When freshman Michael DeMaio’s health took a turn for the worse, he turned to music. Now he’s an accomplished performer with a bright future ahead of him.
  • Professor Mindy Reynolds has been recognized by the Society of Toxicology as the 2015 Undergraduate Educator of the Year.
  • The CEO of Hannon Armstrong treats members of WC’s Brown Advisory Student Investment Fund to a real-world presentation on his company and the broader world of green investing.
  • In the business of selling the wonder and potential of commercial spaceflight, Andrew Antonio ’12 is on the cutting edge of an industry that has him seeing stars.

  • In October, 20 universities from around the world sent their top graduate students and professors to the third annual Conference on the Muslim World, and Washington College brought its undergrads.
  • WACapella strikes again with a lively custom arrangement of Clean Bandit’s “Rather Be” that invites prospective students to join the Washington College family.
  • Senior English major Julia Armstrong lived her dream by spending a semester abroad studying in England
  • A Veterans Day performance to be staged in Decker Theatre is built around student interviews with area veterans of WWII, conducted for the C.V. Starr Center’s StoryQuest oral histories project, “The Real War.” The November 11 event includes music, projected images and spoken word performances.
  • Did you see the huge pile of trash in Martha Washington Square in the beginning of November? That was a part of my thesis.
  • Philanthropy is a major aspect of Greek life. The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha recently rallied for their cause, Breast Cancer Awareness.
  • A panel of Washington College professors examines the question from several perspectives–political, social, and cultural–on Oct. 22.