Magellan Project takes political science major on historic journey
WASHINGTON, PA (October 14, 2022)—Wanting to know more about the systems that shaped the south, W&J senior Jillian Curtis pushed past the Mason-Dixon line and developed a Magellan Project to study slavery.
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Woodville internship takes W&J rising senior back in time
WASHINGTON, PA (July 5, 2022)—Though rising senior Ana Giampa only possesses a limited knowledge of physics, she recently found a way to travel back in time.
Success in a Pinch: English major earns prominent poetry prize
WASHINGTON, PA (May 31, 2022)—Recent W&J alum Adia Muhammad ’22 is proving that a penchant for poetry can really pay off.