• Lanning Tyrrel observes the Chester River at twilight.
    Wild Foods Outpost
    The Eastern Shore Food Lab is establishing an outdoor learning space at the River and Field Campus for the study and production of wild foods, primitive technology, and ecological landscape design.
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  • Alicia Vasquez ’20 brings the discipline of rugby to all of her college endeavors.
    Washington Scholar Tackles Her Future

    Since venturing from San Diego to Maryland’s Eastern Shore as one of the first George’s Brigade scholars, Alicia Vasquez ’20 has thrived in a close-knit community where she is now paying it forward.

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  • Relief pitcher Nick Brauer ’21
    Perfect Pitch

    The Shoremen improve to 9-0 for first time in 82 years with a 5-3 win over Earlham College.

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  • Larisa Presario ’19 sorts through trash she collected at a park in Quito, Ecuador.
    She’s Talking Trash

    A double major in biology and environmental science, Larisa Prezioso ’19 was awarded a Cater Fellowship to focus on ecotoxicology and the impact of plastics on the marine environment.    

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  • Born in England in 1891, Kathleen Carpenter began her biological studies by examining the environmental impact of mining o...
    The Mother of Freshwater Ecology

    In honor of Women’s History Month, we pay tribute to a former biology professor who pioneered freshwater ecology. We asked student historian Andrew Darlington ’19 to investigate the WC teacher and environmental groundbreaker Kathleen Carpenter.

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  • Aaron Amick, chair of the chemistry department, helps coach the trap and skeet team,
    Acing Class-C Skeet
    Associate Professor of Chemistry Aaron Amick, who also teaches the finer points of target shooting to WC’s trap and skeet team, is among the nation’s top 12-gauge Class C shooters.
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