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Campus Publications

A weekly newspaper, magazines, and academic journals help inform our readers about issues that matter, chronicle the activities of our students, and highlight the scholarly work of  students and faculty.

The Elm is the official weekly newspaper on campus, covering the latest campus events, student life and sports.

The Collegian, a literary magazine, features articles, stories, poetry and photography.

The Washington College yearbook, The Pegasus, debuted its first online edition in 2012. History buffs can peruse archived Pegasus yearbooks dating back to 1909. 

The Washington College Review publishes exemplary writing emerging from the courses serving the Washington College writing program. It is edited by student interns and published annually by the Director of Writing and the Rose O’Neill Literary House. 

Treason is Washington College’s peer reviewed foreign language literary journal that celebrates the written work of different languages.

The Writers’ Union also oversees The Colophon, described as a combination literary magazine, blog, and writers’ workshop, and The Codex, a literary magazine.

The Washington College Magazine is a published quarterly.

The Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning (WC-ALL) produces a seasonal newsletter.