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New book by Joshua Penrod highlights Johnstown’s industrial history.
In today’s post, Julia Wallace Bernier, a regular contributor to Black Perspectives, interviews Dr. Kelli Morgan, a curator, educator, and social justice activist who specializes in American art and visual culture.
The line formed almost as quickly as the first cone was served on opening day at Franklin Fountain’s new Sugar Shack. Just in time for sweltering hot weather and the Fourth of July weekend, one of the most famous ice cream places in the City of Philadelphia opened its first suburban location Thursday on…
WASHINGTON, PA (June 28, 2021)—Another President’s face is appearing this summer at Mount Rushmore—a W&J President, that is. History major Sarah Byrne ’22 secured a position at Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota as a Historical Interpretation Intern, a role she found through W&J’s career connection software, Handshake. Support from W&J’s Center for Professional …
WASHINGTON, PA (June 8, 2021)—Assistant Professor of European History Leah Goldman, Ph.D., is adding a few more notes to her previous research into Soviet-era music censorship, thanks to funding from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). The ACLS selected Dr. Goldman as one of only 14 grant recipients to receive support for projects that …
The Final Exam is your chance to get advice and insights from experts in the industry. For the May/June 2021 issue, Campus Rec spoke with Armand Buzzelli, Ph.D., the director of Campus Recreation at Robert Morris University (RMU).
Kenny Jimenez ’21 will return to his hometown of Houston, Texas to teach eighth grade social studies in the YES Prep public school system.
Dr. Robert Michael Franklin, Jr., President-Emeritus of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga., will be the keynote speaker at Washington & Jefferson College’s 222nd Commencement Ceremony.
W&J will induct 24 members of the Class of 2021 into Phi Beta Kappa, the country’s oldest and best-known honor society.
Sharpsburg Mayor Matt Rudzki is seeking a higher office which would allow him to serve a wider majority of the Lower Valley.