Connor Lugo-Harris

Class of 2018
Major/Minor: Chemistry/Drama Double Major with a Music/Business Double Minor

Campus Involvement
  • Kappa Sigma Fraternity
  • WACappella
  • Washington College Improv Troupe
  • Steel Revolutions (WAC Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • Drama Productions
  • Office of College Relations & Marketing, Photographer
  • Chemistry Department Webmaster
  • Resident Assitant 
  • Peer Mentor (Former)
  • International Student Guide
  • Gibson Crew
  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Any other shenanigans I find myself in


I come from the great city of Germantown, in Montgomery County, Maryland!

High School:
I graduated from Poolesville High School, in Poolesville, MD, a small town not too different from Chestertown.

What is your favorite Chestertown hangout spot?

There’s this old bookstore that I absolutely love downtown called The Book Plate. I don’t go there nearly as often as I’d like, but when I do, I can be there for hours at a time. Pairs well with a trip to Play It Again Sam for a snack.


What is your favorite place on campus?

I basically live in Gibson Center for the Arts. Whether it’s WACappella rehearsals, improv rehearsals, or rehearsal for a drama production, there’s a good chance you’ll find me either practicing or hanging out with my friends in Gibson on any given evening. I also find it to be a great place to get my work done, because I can always find a quiet spot, and it’s always swarming with interesting people if I need a break. And honestly? The purple couch in the rehearsal room is my favorite place to nap!


What are you excited for in the upcoming school year?

So many things! I can’t wait to get back to singing with my friends of WACappella! I’m also really looking forward to auditioning for this year’s drama productions, and I’m incredibly excited to be designing for a play for the first time next year, where I hope to combine my chemistry background and my theatre skills to bring something very new to the table. I also plan to nurture my chemistry side a lot more outside of class, and I’m looking into internship opportunities that may be available.


Ask me about:

My favorite role I’ve played on stage. Alright, I’ll tell you right now: it was a stick. I played a man who turned into a stick. How? Why? What? All reasonable questions, and I would be happy to answer all of them myself, if you ever see me and would like to chat!