• In the art studio
    The Business of Art

    A new minor in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship supports students in the creative arts disciplines.

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  • GaviHernández at the Toniná Mayan ruins.
    The Women of Chiapas

    After an intensive five-week course in political science, Gaviota Del Mar Hernández Quiñones ’21 headed to Mexico to continue her studies on women as agents for social change.

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  • Maddie Sommers ’23 focuses on her work on the mural.
    The Not-So-Secret Garden

    As part of the College’s Explore! program for incoming students, a collaboration with local artist Fredy Granillo brings a boring campus wall into bloom as a beautiful public mural.

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  • Given road construction on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Route 213 in Centreville, campus visitors traveling from the Western Shore should allow extra time.

  • Radiant Echo hangs in the McLain Atrium of the Toll Science Center.
    Radiant Echo Unveiled in McLain Atrium
    For a brief time, Washington College was the center of American pryotechnics. A new art installation in the Toll Science Center, Radiant Echo, honors the two WC professors and alumni who made it so.
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  • Students at work in the Brown Advisory Investing Lab.
    $1 Million for Business Excellence
    Thanks to a $1 million grant, WC’s Department of Business Management will create the Warehime Fund for Student Excellence in Business, allowing new opportunities for student research, entrepreneurship, professional networking, and other initiatives.
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  • Prof. Jill Bible and Julie St. Clair ’22 pause from their work on Langford Creek.
    The Oyster Whisperers
    A summer research project brings together a trio of scientists to consider the human impact on native oyster populations in the upper reaches of the Chesapeake Bay.
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