Campus News

WASHINGTON, PA (Oct. 25, 2019)—Margi Weir’s art exhibit Bearing Witness opens Friday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. in Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) Olin Fine Art Gallery, featuring an artist talk with Weir where she will discuss her interest in politics and its influence on her work. Weir’s Bearing Witness includes previous work from her …

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Calling student designers, artists, or those with great ideas! For the first time, W&J will have a float in the City of Washington’s Holiday Parade and we want your design to shine! There are just a few guidelines: The float must be red and black Must include the Old Main towers Must include the full …

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WASHINGTON, PA (Oct. 7, 2019) – The Center for Energy Policy and Management will host its first Energy Lecture Series of the 2019-2020 season on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. in the Howard J. Burnett Center at Washington & Jefferson College. The overall theme of this year’s Series is “Unpacking Energy Efficiency Programs and …

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The Part 1 Magellan application is now available! The Magellan Application consists of two parts. The Part 1 application includes basic questions about your background and proposed project. This is just to give the us a general idea of your interest; nothing about Part I is binding. You are not locked into either the destination …

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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.