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Washington College Magazine

As we adopt a fully digital platform, we will be sending you news and feature stories with more regularity. Look for Washington College Magazine articles in serial form throughout the academic year.

By adopting a digital-only format for Fiscal Year 2021, Washington College Magazine is saving the cost of printing and postage—significant resources that can be better directed to academic programming and student support. When budgetary circumstances allow, we hope to bring you a print edition of WCM once again—supplemented by digital-only content. 

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LIBERAL ARTS LEARNING IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY

The global pandemic has changed everything—including how we teach, how we create community, and how we introduce students to the liberal arts and sciences as the world’s best hope for our future. Two Washington College professors—both with undergraduate liberal arts backgrounds—rose to the challenge of helping students grapple with the implications of COVID-19 while transitioning into college. 

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BOUND TO THE COUNTRY

Photojournalist Jim Graham ’81 has been following the hounds of Pennsylvania’s Cheshire country for the past 30 years. With a gift from a private foundation to the Brandywine Conservancy earmarked for publication of the book, Graham has recently published a stunning edition that celebrates the connection between people and the land that sustains the sport of foxhunting.

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ALUMNI ON THE COVID FRONTLINES 

While the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, the scientific and medical communities are working overtime to better detect, understand, and manage the virus. We are proud to highlight two Washington College grads who are among those dedicated to this effort—Dr. Siân Faustini ’09 and Eshan Patel ’13.

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