• Kaitlyn Marino ’19 examines a slice of zebrafish brain tissue as her mentor, Assistant Professor of Biology Jim Wind...
    Examining Cellular Pathways


    A John Toll Fellow conducting neuroscientific research on campus this summer, Kaitlyn Marino ’19 is using a zebrafish model to test memory after stroke.

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  • One of the images used for the College’s campaign with BuzzFeed.
    Rocking the Awards

    Racking up yet another international marketing award, WC’s College Relations and Marketing team wins big for its campaign with BuzzFeed.

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  • Sara Underwood works on a museum display.
    Exploring Early America

    Through the Starr Center’s Explore America Summer Internship program, history major Sara Underwood ’19 is working as a curatorial and collections management intern at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.

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  • The High & Wides are (L to R) Marc Dykeman M ’07, Mike Buccino ’99, Nate Grower, and Sam Guthridge ’04.
    Wide Open

    With their new album “Lifted,” The High & Wides, whose members have deep roots in Washington College and the Eastern Shore, are creating an eclectic sound entirely their own that’s getting some significant attention.

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  • Jiahan Liu ’19, wearing Colonial period clothing, is working this summer in the forge at Colonial Williamsburg.
    Living the History

    After exploring the material culture of the American Revolution over spring break, Jiahan Liu ’19 is going for a full immersion during an internship this summer in the forge and armoury at Colonial Williamsburg.

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  • Rebecca Corbin Loree ’00 at the dedication ceremony.
    Career Center Building Named for Alumna
    The Rebecca Corbin Loree Center was dedicated to the CEO and founder of Corbin Advisors on May 19.
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