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  • The prestigious annual listing in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine places WC in the top 300 schools nationally, and among the top 100 liberal arts colleges nationally, for affordability and academic quality.

  • Calling for civic engagement, public service, and finding common cause, Sen. Barbara Mikulski and news analyst Cokie Roberts pack the house for the inaugural event of Washington College’s Women’s Centennial Series.

  • Phyllis Rackin, Shakespeare scholar and UPenn English professor emeritus, will close out this academic year’s Sophie Kerr Lecture Series with a talk on April 4 at the Rose O’ Neill Literary House.
  • Japan’s leadership wants the country’s military to take a greater role in its global security, a goal in alignment with the new U.S. administration’s push for its allies to do more. Andrew Oros’ new book, Japan’s Security Renaissance, is perfectly timed to examine how this change is happening.
  • Mary John Miller, the former Under Secretary for Domestic Finance for the U.S. Treasury, on April 5 will be the featured speaker for the George Washington Leadership Series and the Holstein Program in Ethics. 
  • A state program that targets higher education innovators in science and technical fields has, for the second time in as many years, granted Washington College nearly $1 million for a new endowed chair, this time for the Eastern Shore Food Lab.

  • Patrick Ginther ’17 finds questions, answers, and connections in the enormous and ever-changing puzzle that is the field of biochemistry. 

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