Campus News

Washington & Jefferson College graduate Charvonne Holliday, Ph.D. will return to W&J on Oct. 3 to speak with current students about her work and experience as a diverse voice in public health.

Presbyterian minister, Sanctuary Movement co-founder Rev. John Fife  will speak about border security policy and its effect on the nation’s values

Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students and professors brought their classrooms to Main Street on Saturday for STEM Fest, an interactive, science-based festival for local students in kindergarten through high school.

An interest in folklore combined with classes at Washington & Jefferson College and the support of the Magellan Project led biochemistry major Pinar Garbioglu ’22 to the United Kingdom for an unforgettable trip.

Local government officials and community members are invited to a free Sept. 26 seminar and tour being planned by the Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management (CEPM) that will focus on parks projects funded in part with natural gas revenue.

When Jeffrey S. Myers, Rabbi and Hazzan of Tree of Life* Or L’Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh, Pa., spoke at Washington & Jefferson College on Sept. 3, his message was clear: eliminate “H” speech, work to understand each other, and have hope.

WASHINGTON, PA (Sept. 6, 2019) – Local government officials and community members are invited to a free Sept. 26 seminar and tour being planned by the Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management (CEPM) that will focus on parks projects funded in part with natural gas revenue. The seminar will be held …

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As the national conversation shifts to include decreasing stigma about seeking mental health treatment, Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) junior Ben Heim ’21 wants to understand the problem globally and learn to fight against it.