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  • 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.

  • Students at work in the Brown Advisory Investing Lab.
    Thanks to a $1 million grant, WC’s Department of Business Management will create the Warehime Fund for Student Excellence in Business, allowing new opportunities for student research, entrepreneurship, professional networking, and other initiatives.
  • Ellie Field ’14 on a nighttime taxonomy collecting trip.

    As a PhD student in entomology, Ellie Field ’14 is focusing on mosquitos that are responsible for vector-borne illnesses like dengue fever, chikungunya, and the Zika and West Nile viruses.

  • Author Colin Calloway wins the 2019 George Washington Prize.
    “The Indian World of George Washington: The First President, the First Americans, and the Birth of the Nation” examines Washington’s lifelong engagement with Native Americans.
  • Toni Morrison

    Washington College remembers Toni Morrison, who visited campus in 1987 to receive the first Washington College Literary Award and to read from the galleys of her newest work, “Beloved,” which would win the Pulitzer Prize.

  • Maddie Sommers ’23 focuses on her work on the mural.

    As part of the College’s Explore! program for incoming students, a collaboration with local artist Fredy Granillo brings a boring campus wall into bloom as a beautiful public mural.

  • Cordie Goodrich ’15 (left) readies an autonomous underwater glider at BIOS with Ruth Curry, the lead scientist in th...

    From Antarctica to Belize to Bermuda, three recent alumnae are finding careers in the cutting-edge science of using drones and remote sensing to study coastal and marine environments.

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