When the honor society for sociology majors inducts its newest members this month, it won’t just be an event for students. Alpha Kappa Delta is using the event to bring a speaker to Washington College’s campus with a message for anyone interested in a more diverse and inclusive society, whether they are students, faculty, staff or community members.
The Washington College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa inducted its newest class this month, providing 29 students membership in what is widely considered to be the most highly regarded mark of academic distinction for undergraduate students in liberal studies.
Hillel advisors and students infused the Seder with social justice themes, connecting the Passover story of the Jewish people’s journey from oppression to freedom with others traveling that path today.
The Washington College Trap and Skeet Team (WCTS) brought home two gold medals and a bronze from the 2023 ACUI-SCTP Collegiate Clay Target National Championships, turning in its highest overall finish in the program’s history. The gold medals are the first national championship results at Washington College since 1998.
Four Washington research projects representing work by 10 students won awards from Psi Chi, the psychology honors society, at the Eastern Psychological Association conference. Only 14 projects overall won the Psi Chi recognition in the northeast region.