• Political science major Mai Do ’19
    Cultural Awakenings

    Political scientist, Asian-American specialist, poet, numbers-cruncher, and digital strategist, Mai Do ’19 is putting all the pieces together at Washington College.


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  • SEA offered up lots of free dorm stuff during Move-In Market Day.
    Recycling the Stuff of College Life

    At the Move-In Market held in Hodson Hall Commons, students find treasures for their dorm rooms among last year’s cast-offs.


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  • First-year students listen to Tom McHugh’s musical storytelling.
    History on the Water
    The Starr Center’s freshman Orientation Explore trip introduced ten intrepid young mariners to the history and lore of the Chesapeake.
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  • Students gather at Fountain Park after they spent the afternoon working with local business owners and community members.
    Getting to Know You

    As part of new-student orientation, hundreds of freshmen got to know Chestertown first-hand as they helped with an afternoon of service and community projects and met with local merchants and business owners.


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  • “Sea Creatures,” one of the artist’s “music pictures” rendered in watercolor.
    Faculty Focus: Rescuing an Artist from Obscurity

    Assistant Professor of English Elizabeth Foley O’Connor is piecing together the story an obscure modernist artist whose accomplishments in the world of art, publishing, and theater she believes deserve greater recognition today.


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  • The newest shell awaits launch from the new Hodson Boathouse.
    The Hodson Boathouse

    Hundreds turn out for the dedication of WC’s new Hodson Boathouse, which promises to be a game-changer for the College’s rowing and sailing teams, as well as a new community focal point on the Chester River.


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  • Standing before the lightship Overfalls is (L to R) Overfalls board member and intern host Tracy Mulveny, Samantha
    Keeping the Light

    During her summer internship with the Overfalls Foundation in Lewes, Delaware, Samantha Robinson ’21 learned about a unique aspect of American maritime history while helping educate visitors and archiving information.


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