• Professor Robert Lynch, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, discusses the economic benefits of immigratio...
    Faculty Focus: Rise-Up Economics

    Even as comprehensive immigration reform stalls in Washington, Professor Robert Lynch’s research stands, proving the economic benefits of providing a pathway to citizenship for 11 million undocumented people living in the United States.


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  • Sabrina Jenkins ’19 has landed an internship in the pediatric cardiology unit at Children’s National Medical Center.
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    Sabrina Jenkins ’18 is pursuing a summer internship at Children’s National Medical Hospital.
  • Kiran Pant ’18 has created some 3-D images of her proton beam study.
    Targeting Tumors
    For her senior capstone project, Kiran Pant ’18, a physics major headed to Duke University’s graduate program in medical physics, is simulating the behavior of a proton beam as it enters the body.
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  • Rod Miller organized the drum circle.
    Reaching Out
    The first Community Unity Day aimed to bridge the gap between WC students and local Chestertown community members in a street fair-style day of activities.
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  • Sam Wang (with the banner) leads the District Ultras in support of DC United.
    Sports Diplomacy

    Is it sports fanaticism or political expression? International studies major Guanpeng “Sam” Wang ’18, an expert participant in ultras football fan culture around the world, has translated his passion for soccer into a senior capstone project on sports diplomacy—and a job with Copa90, the home of global football fan culture.


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  • Students celebrate the first harvest of honey from the apiary at the campus garden.
    All Abuzz!

    Thanks to the efforts of faculty, staff, and the student beekeepers in the campus garden, Washington College has been designated as Maryland’s first Bee Campus USA and only the 35th in the country. 


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