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News & Events

  • Washington College celebrates the legacy of the Maryland-born human rights activist and the bicentennial of his birth, Feb. 23, 2018.

  • Weighing your college options? We’re all smiles here at Washington College. From learning beyond the classroom to incredible internships, find out from our students why they love Washington College.

  • Audrey Utchen’s senior capstone project in business management, “Shift Happens: The Rise of Women in American Business Leadership,” explores diversity in the workplace. She took departmental honors for her project, which she’ll present this Thursday, April 27, in the Underwood Lobby.

  • Next semester, Alex Smith ’17, will be starting a master’s in accounting at the College of William and Mary. But first, he used his Senior Capstone Experience to take a hard look at student loan debt.
  • History major Faith Stahl ’19 took first place in stiff competition for a $25,000 scholarship from the Saint Andrew’s Society of Philadelphia to study in Scotland.

  • Andy Chirico wants to make the most of his time at WC. With a 2018 graduation date steadily closing in, he has, since starting WC in the fall of 2014, pushed himself to experience as much as possible during his four years.
  • The program, now in its second full year, will give 122 graduating seniors one less federal loan to worry about, and lower their average federal loan debt by nearly 10.3 percent.
  • New personal records, a national champion, scholarship money, and much more helps sum up a successful weekend for the Washington College Trap and Skeet team.
  • Kevin Wilson ’19 is powering through his studies in business and economics.
  • The Student Environmental Alliance is advocating a better, more socially and environmentally responsible way to drink water. This Earth Day, urges SEA committee member Kailani Clarke ’20, commit to ditch plastic bottles and fill up reusable bottles at water refill stations around campus.