• Rachel Walloga ’19 interns at the Mid-Shore Pro Bono's legal office in Chestertown.
    Building Bridges

    Members of the local Spanish-speaking community have found an ally in a Washington College student who helps them overcome language barriers.


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  • Sean Meehan’s new book on Emerson’s later scholarship provides insights pertinent to today’s liberal arts educat...
    The Art of Rhetoric

    In a new book on Ralph Waldo Emerson, English Professor Sean Meehan makes the case that today’s debate over the value of a liberal arts education can be well informed by Emerson’s views on the radical transformations happening to higher ed during his time.


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  • As a Literary House Press intern, Justin Nash ’21 helping to develop marketing strategies to expand distribution of ...
    Sophomore Gets Nod for Norton Writer’s Prize

    Justin Nash ’21 is a runner-up for a national prize for undergraduate nonfiction writing.


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  • Feb
    20

    The College will be closed today due to the pending winter storm.

  • Trey Wright ’22 drives toward the basket.
    Shoremen Advance to Conference Semifinals

    The men’s basketball team edged out Franklin and Marshall Tuesday night, 63-60, in the first round of the Centennial Conference playoffs. The Shoremen travel to Swarthmore this Friday, Feb. 22, for the semifinals.


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  • This soap is good for body and soul.
    Clean Enterprise

    What started out as a student initiative to spread sanitation awareness has become a sustainable business venture for Kent Center, creating jobs for adults with disabilities.


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  • Bryan K. Fair will deliver the keynote address at George Washington’s Birthday Convocation, Feb. 22.


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    Brian K. Fair