• Building on $85 million already raised, Washington College kicks off a $150 million comprehensive campaign that is focused on the student experience and is the largest in the College’s history.

  • Lauding the liberal arts and sciences for its role in providing students with a strong moral compass so necessary in modern American society, newly-installed President Kurt M. Landgraf pledged to do everything in his power to make sure Washington College endures for generations to come.

  • The semester’s Goldstein Program closes with Brookings Institution scholar Vanessa Williamson on Oct. 30 discussing her new book Read My Lips: Why Americans Are Proud to Pay Taxes. 

  • By studying the behavior of field sparrows, Jennie Carr, assistant professor of biology, WC students, and staff at the Center for Environment & Society are hoping to learn how this declining bird species could become more successful at raising its young.

  • The Rose O’Neill Literary House Press is releasing a new lyric essay chapbook by writer Lia Purpura, with a launch on October 19.

  • Chocolate will be the sweet subject on Oct. 24, Food Day 2017, at Washington College, when Hugo Chavez Ayala, co-founder of Agrofloresta Mesoamerica, will visit campus to talk about cacao and agroforestry.

  • Peterson Toscano brings a hopeful, shape-shifting take on climate change on Oct. 20 with “Everything is Connected: A Collection of Stories, Most Weird, Many True.”

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