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  • 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.

  • Mike Hudson holds a Cooper’s hawk banded at Foreman’s Branch Bird Observatory.

    Mike Hudson’s longtime loves of birding and writing have thrived during his time at Washington College. Now set to graduate this spring, he’s already combined these skills to land a position as co-editor of a pre-eminent national birding journal.

  • More than 80 faculty and staff have helped raise nearly 28,000 for the United Way.
    Washington College’s faculty, staff, and President Kurt Landgraf joined forces to raise $28K for United Way of Kent County.
  • (L to R) Simon Belcher ’18 works with high school senior Vince Wilson, senior Matthew Mernaugh, and junior Jakob Wat...

    Through four experiments they are teaching this year at Kent County High School, chemistry professor Anne Marteel-Parrish and several of her students are introducing local high school students to the principles and benefits of green and sustainable chemistry.

  • Students don their Food Recovery Network hats for one of the recent Community Table dinners.

    By offering food to a weekly community dinner at a local church, members of Washington College’s Food Recovery Network are helping “close the gap on food waste” while nurturing a bond between College students and townspeople.

  • Natalie Diaz reads at the Lit House on Feb. 1.

    A new voice in contemporary Native American poetry, Natalie Diaz will visit Washington College and read at the Rose O’Neill Literary House on Feb. 1

  • Colonel Clarence Hodson
    Continuing its unparalleled support, the Hodson Trust provides critical funding targeted toward student scholarship endowment. Already this academic year, as a result of previous Hodson gifts, 105 students are receiving an average merit scholarship in the amount of $21,000. 

     

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