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Students lead the charge for sustainability, social justice, and community service. 

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    The Center for Environment & Society brought together the campus community for the 7th annual Waterfront Festival and Cardboard Boat Regatta.
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    Energy Videos > Energy Futures
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    Students, faculty, and staff from Washington College traveled to Albany, Americus, and Columbus, Georgia over Spring Break to help build three homes in a partnership with Habitat for Humanity and NeighborWorks Columbus.
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    WC will host the premiere of the original play adapted from “Operation Homecoming,” a book collection of eyewitness perspectives on war. Proceeds will benefit the National Endowment for the Arts.
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    Students, faculty, and staff from Washington College traveled to Columbus, Georgia over Spring Break to help build a home in a partnership with NeighborWorks Columbus and Habitat for Humanity.
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    Students have the power to make a change on campus and in the town, and SEA has inspired and led many of the initiatives that make Washington College a more sustainable campus.SEA welcomes all majors and disciplines to join at weekly meetings and events. SEA primarily focuses on: Promoting awareness of local, national, and international environmental issues and concerns. 
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    Fifty-five pairs of red shoes were worn by men at Washington College for “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” the international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault, and gender violence.
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    As part of the Social Inequalities course taught by Dr. Ryan Kelty, the Washington College Sociology Department sponsored the third annual poverty simulation to help students understand the experience of living at the poverty level.
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    Energy Videos > The Happy Energy Song
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    The Student Environmental Alliance at Washington College established a garden to promote campus sustainability and experiential learning.
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    Washington College’s Habitat for Humanity club traveled to Onancock, Virginia for a weekend of volunteering construction work on a home.
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    Students and staff traveled down the Eastern Shore to Belle Haven, Virginia over Fall Break to help build a home with Habitat for Humanity.
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    A living shoreline at Eastern Neck Island Wildlife Refuge includes the introduction of oysters and marine grasses.
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    A Washington College student-produced media spot, advertising the Spring 2009 Human Rights Awareness Campaign, “WAC Fast,” which aims to raise support for Heifer International, a program which works to combat global hunger.
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    The WC campus made a very unusual wardrobe choice on March 21, but it was all for a good cause.
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    The Washington College Habitat for Humanity club traveled to Accomack County, Virginia for a service weekend. Before heading home, they had a chance to spend an evening at the Wachapreague Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival and a morning at the beach in Chincoteague.
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    Inspired by Permaculture
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    Washington College students and alumni explain the significance of volunteering for our communities on a personal, local, and global level.
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    The Student Environmental Alliance at Washington College joined a demonstration coordinated by the Sassafras River Association to protect the ecological health of the Eastern Shore landbase and waterways.
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    The Washington College Center for Environment & Society hosted a public horseshoe crab ecology event at Eastern Neck Island with a presentation by Martha Shaum of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.