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The latest news and event releases from the Office of Media Relations.

  • Event—May 16

    The political advisor known as a fearless advocate for LGBT equality and other civil rights is also a gifted writer and story teller with plenty of stories to tell. He will receive an honorary degree at the May 16 graduation ceremony.
  • Event—April 28

    A town hall meeting hosted by the College will share local memories of life along the Chester, hear an update from the Mayor, and hear what community members hope for in a revitalized waterfront.
  • News posted—April 24

    The National Honor Society for Women in Chemistry has bestowed its prestigious undergraduate teaching award on Anne Marteel-Parrish, a professor with a passion for scientific inquiry and sustainability.
  • Event—April 24

    The student-run Dance Club showcases a year’s worth of choreography and practice in the annual Spring Concert this Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in Decker Theatre.
  • News posted—April 22

    Nine flowering cherry trees were planted on campus to mark Earth Day and provide spring blooms for decades to come.
  • Event—April 22

    The Starr Center presents an Earth Day program of poetry and music from Meredith Davies Hadaway and the ensemble Harp & Soul. The event takes place Wednesday, April 22, at 5:30 p.m. in Hynson Lounge.
  • Event—April 22

    CES hosts a screening of the documentary on Earth Day, April 22, at 7 p.m. in Norman James Theater.
  • Event—April 21

    Two professors team up for a SANDBOX Sandstorm collaboration that is a study in two-dimensional projection of 3-D forms.  It is on display in the Gibson Center’s Underwood Lobby through April 27. 
  • News posted—April 17

    State and local officials joined College leaders at the official groundbreaking for the new  academic building that will rise on Washington Avenue to house anthropology, environmental science and studies, and the Cromwell Center for Teaching and Learning.
  • Event—April 17

    A FREE April 17 concert by the Washington Toho Koto Society will celebrate Japan’s close ties to America and those cherry trees blossoming on the National Mall in D.C.
  • Event—April 16

    The Annapolis Chorale and the Chester Chamber Singers join the Washington College Chorus and Orchestra on April 16 at 8:00 p.m. to perform a range of favorites, from 18th century works to Disney and Broadway hits.
  • Event—April 15

    As co-star of “The Great Human Race,” a National Geographic Channel series being filmed around the globe, anthropology professor Bill Schindler will recreate the living conditions of our earliest ancestors.

  • Event—April 15

    The 2015 SANDBOX distinguished artists transform the grand former home of Chestertown Bank for three nights to evoke Chestertown’s ongoing relationship with its natural and built environments.
  • Event—April 15

    An April 15 slide lecture by Gary Schiff, a professor of history and cantor for Chestertown’s Havurah, will chronicle the history of the Dutch Jews from the Golden Age of the 1600s to the horrors of the Holocaust.
  • News posted—April 13

    Although early polls predicted the Shoremen would rank at the bottom of the Centennial Conference for 2015, new coach Matt Reynolds and his talented team have surprised everyone but themselves and risen to the top spot.
  • Event—April 13

    Hosted by the Mainstay, a music venue and cultural center in Rock Hall, with funding from the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust, an afternoon clinic will be followed by an evening concert by teachers and students.
  • Event—April 13

    On Monday, April 13, historians Martha Hodes and Adam Goodheart discuss how Americans grieved, or celebrated, Lincoln’s assassination and how it shaped national politics.
  • News posted—April 13

    WC’s Adam Goodheart has penned a poignant cover story for the April issue of National Geographic, merging the sad history of how Americans mourned Lincoln’s death with diverse views about his legacy today. On April 13 he will join another historian for an on-stage conversation about how the nation mourned Lincoln’s death 150 years ago.
  • Event—April 12

    An April 12 ribbon cutting will officially re-open the expanded and improved Casey Swim Center and honor swim coach Kim Lessard for her years of winning leadership.
  • Event—April 11

    As his senior directing thesis, Nicholas O’Meally will direct Shakespeare’s play about the Warrior King with a contemporary feel. The play will be performed on the Campus Green  Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and Sunday at 4:30 p.m.
  • News posted—April 10

    A powerhouse on the hockey field and in the classroom, Emily Eline ’15 is on her way to pharmacy school at the University of Maryland.

  • Event—April 10

    Enrique Garcia, an expert on Cuban cinema, talks April 10 about the Oscar nominated 1993 film Strawberry and Chocolate.
  • News posted—April 9

    English professor Courtney Rydel, an expert on the medieval Golden Legend book that recorded the lives and fables of the saints, provided on-air expertise for a National Geographic documentary series on the Twelve Apostles. As a result, she heard from viewers in some 22 countries around the globe.
  • Event—April 8

    A panel that includes experts on East Asian politics and U.S. security will weigh in on China’s economic and military power and ambitions April 8 in Hynson Lounge.
  • Event—April 7

    A fisherman, forager, hunter and chef, cookbook author Hank Shaw will visit campus April 7 to share strategies for giving wild food and game some delicious gourmet touches.
  • Event—April 6

    Michael Kimmel wrote the book on the dangers of “the Guy Code” with his 2008 book Guyland and the more recent Angry White Men. Now he has advice for college students on what it means to “man up” in the modern era.
  • Event—April 3

    The cello and percussion duo perform in a free concert Friday April 3 in Gibson Center for the Arts.
  • Event—April 3

    Following a successful weekend of the musical family drama Next to Normal, the senior drama majors direct three more weekends of theater, offering a two-man play about art, some updated Shakespeare, and a sexy power struggle between an actress and a director.
  • Event—April 2

    When Tom Wheeler visits Washington College on Thursday, April 2, he will offer a historian’s view of the digital revolution and a policy maker’s perspective on how to ensure America’s broadband networks remain open, fair and fast. He speaks at 5:30 in Hynson Lounge.
  • News posted—March 31

    Co-author on a new paper about Lyme disease, Allison Kirkpatrick ’14 is seeing some of the fruits of her internship, while an undergrad at Washington College, with an international leader on the illness.

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