• Building on $85 million already raised, Washington College kicks off a $150 million comprehensive campaign that is focused on the student experience and is the largest in the College’s history.

  • SEA offered up lots of free dorm stuff during Move-In Market Day.

    At the Move-In Market held in Hodson Hall Commons, students find treasures for their dorm rooms among last year’s cast-offs.

  • Steve Golding ’72, Chair, Board of Visitors and Governors
    Steve Golding ’72 succeeds Larry Culp ’85 as chair of the College’s Board of Visitors and Governors.
  • Kimberly Quiogue Andrews has won the 2018 Akron Poetry Prize for her first full-length collection, A Brief History of Fruit.

    A pair of WC poets win two major national poetry awards with their first full-length collections. 

  • Kent Goes Purple
    To raise awareness about substance abuse and the resources available to help individuals and families struggling with addiction, Washington College is “going purple” as a sign of solidarity with the Kent County initiative.
  • The Hodson Boathouse will be dedicated on Sept. 22.
    The new $5 million facility includes an expansive and commodious deck from which to watch regattas and events on the Chester River.
  • Alexandra Cox is the author of Trapped in A Vice: The Consequences of Confinement for Young People.

    Alexandra Cox, a juvenile justice scholar, on Sept. 27 will visit WC to discuss the consequences of confinement for young people who are incarcerated.

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