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Four Washington College men's soccer players celebrate on the field.

Men’s Soccer Reaches NCAA Final Four


For the first time in program history, the Washington College men’s soccer team reached the final four of the NCAA Division III tournament, sparking soccer mania and school pride across campus and among alumni.

Education professor Sara Clarke-De Reza talks with attendees of a First Friday in the College's new exhibit space at 210 South Cross Street.

College Opens New Exhibit Space Downtown


Visitors can tour five regional museums through virtual reality at Washington College’s first exhibit, which features the work of the Digital Scholarship in Museum Partnerships project.

Sarah Poirier '24 practices her cello in a Washington College music room.

Senior Performs for Fundraiser, Music Capstone


Cellist Sarah Poirier ’24 will be playing in Kent’s Got Talent Friday night at the Garfield Center for the Arts downtown, then performing her senior capstone experience (SCE) on Saturday in Hotchkiss Recital Hall.

Superintendent Angela Crenshaw '04 stands in front of a pond at Tuckahoe State Park.

Alumna takes the reins at Maryland Parks


After 15 years working in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Angela Crenshaw ’04 was named acting superintendent of the Maryland Park Service in April, and her appointment was made permanent earlier this week.

Students appear on stage during the Presidential Symposium during the first panel on artificial intelligence.

The Human and the Machine


The second annual Washington College Presidential Symposium tackled artificial intelligence (AI) and its role in our future (or demise).

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Mighty Match Day Set for Oct. 26


The annual giving day raises support for College programs, and all donors’ gifts will be matched dollar-for-dollar by generous members of the Washington community.