• The Nature of Learning

    Meet the people who make up this extraordinary community on the shores of the Chesapeake, where history is still in the making. Your revolution starts here.

  • Environment & Society

  • Literature & Creative Life

  • History & The American Experience


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    Welcome to WC!
    On Saturday, April 5, we welcomed a record number of students and families to campus for our largest Open House ever! Thank you to all those who attended.
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    On Stage: “Arcadia”
    A true team effort brings the Tony Award winning play to Decker Theatre April 16 through 19.
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    The Science of Healing

    Having experienced the destruction of war first-hand, Alphius Sesay ’14 has spent his time at WC studying its antithesis—how to heal.


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    Fulbright Fabulous

    Fascinated with education’s ability to bridge cultural divides, Emily Hall ’14 has won a Fulbright grant to live and teach in Nepal, the birthplace of Buddha and the roof of the world.


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  • Men’s lacrosse freshman Keita Christophe ’17 has long been familiar with the responsibility of balancing academic and athletic endeavors.
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    Maine Summer Program: Apply Now!

    For two weeks late this spring, a group of WC students will immerse themselves in the ecology, history, and beauty of Acadia National Park. If you want to go, now’s the time to apply.


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    London Calling

    Valerie Dunn ’15, a drama and English major, recounts her spring break in London, as part of a whirlwind theatrical tour led by drama professors Michele Volansky, Brendon Fox and Laura Eckelman. 


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