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Sammy Segeda accepts her diploma from President Mike Sosulski while crossing the stage at the 2023 Commencement ceremony.

New College Alumna in Multinational Policy Program


The international studies graduate is writing a policy brief with counterparts from South Korea and Japan on improving opportunities for women. They will gather to present the results in Washington, D.C., in August.

Some of the Washington College students at the Capitol for Spring Lobby Weekend.older

Students get hands-on education in D.C.


Sixteen students involved in Washington College anthropology, political science, civic engagement, and Presidential Fellows programs met with Congressional representatives during Spring Lobby Weekend.

Eylie Sasajima reacts after being named the winner of the 2023 Sophie Kerr Prize as the other finalists and President Mike Sosulski applaud.

Poet Wins Sophie Kerr Prize


Eylie Sasajima ’23 earned the prestigious honor with a portfolio of poems, academic work and creative nonfiction.

Members of the American Marketing Association Washington College Chapter with their Top Small Chapter recognition. Photo credit: AMA ICC 2023 - Mark Campbell Productions

Students in Extracurricular Marketing Activity Win Top Honors


The American Marketing Association (AMA) Washington College Chapter was named one of just four top small chapters at the 2023 AMA International Collegiate Conference this spring. The chapter was also invited to present at the conference in recognition of its success with high participation rates by its membership this year.

Shane Brill sits at the front of a classroom with a collection of resources for a class he was teaching at the Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning.

Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning Expanding to Summer


For the first time, the Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning (WC-ALL) will be offering summer programming, starting at the end of May. Organizers hope the new classes and simpler enrollment options will introduce the opportunities through WC-ALL to a broader audience.

Professor Joe Bauer looks at the screen showing business simulation choices by Alex May '23, with Grayson Wright '25 alongside.

Students Succeeding in Global Business Simulation


Students in Business 311: Global Business Strategy have been among the top competitors in a semester-long business simulation used by students in 1,215 undergraduate classes in 12 countries around the world.