• A significant gift will help the College’s Institute in Religion, Politics and Culture expand programming and opportunities for students.
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    Joseph Prud’homme now holds The Burton Family Chair in Religion, Politics and Culture
  • Political science students join Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD), College President Kurt Landgraf, and Provost and Dean Patric...
    Van Hollen Visit

    During his visit to Washington College,Senator Chris Van Hollen tours the new Hodson Boathouse and urges students to get out and vote.

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  • Tinsmith Joel Anderson supervises Gillian Heckert-Mitchell’s work.
    Revolutionary Chesapeake

    The Chesapeake Regional Studies program offers a new course in material culture and experimental archaeology that includes an extraordinary week in Colonial Williamsburg.

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  • Flags wave in honor of Veterans Day.
    Veterans Day
    Veterans and community members are invited to a Veterans Day brunch at Hodson Dining Hall on Sunday Nov. 11, where a special recognition of WC’s World War I veterans will be on display helping mark the centennial of the Great War’s end.
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  • Stepheney Wilson ’20 with her students in Zanzibar.
    Oceans Away

    A double major in biology and theater introduces dramatic arts to schoolchildren in Zanzibar.

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  • Picabo French’s rendering of a lichen known as rock tripe.
    Bi-coastal Biology

    From lichens growing on Maine granite to bacteria growing on the Mars rover, Picabo French ’19 spent her summer exploring biology with methods and purpose as diverse as her subjects.

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  • Josh Samuels ’19 puts his mice through their paces on little treadmills.
    Brain Power

    For his senior capstone project, Josh Samuels ’19, a double major in psychology and biology with a concentration in behavioral neuroscience, investigates physical exercise as an organic relief for depression.

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