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We tell the stories of Washington College.

Our office produces print and Web publications for admissions, development, and the president’s office as well as the Washington College Magazine, and other general communications and publicity support for programming and events. We oversee the official campus social media outlets and capture campus stories on photo and video.

 

LiveWhale Tips

  • Create a Link

    You can use the link tool (image) to link to other pages, outside urls, email addresses and files in your file library?

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  • Bulk Add Images

    If you have a bunch of images you want to upload, you can add them all at once with the bulk image uploader. If you’re creating a new gallery, this is the option that comes up when you click on Add New Images From Your Computer. You can also bulk add images in your Images Library Manager. 

  • Thumbnail Only

    imageIf you don’t want the thumbnail image to show up when your audience is viewing your full story, you can check the “Use this image for a thumbnail only” option. (For example, if your story is mainly to display a video, and you want the thumbnail to be a screen capture from the video, you don’t need that for more than the thumbnail.)


RECENT STORIES

  • An April 15 slide lecture by GarySchiff, 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

 


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