The College joins Martinaitis in celebrating the publication of her book, The Post-PSO Project. The Washington College Review Editor-in-Chief hopes to expand with more books on the way, but first, she has class.
An initial meeting on Nov. 15 will gather community input on proposals to address sensory sensitivity, executive function challenges, and anxiety, whether arising from autism spectrum disorder, other documented conditions, or temporary disability such as concussion.
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.
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.