WASHINGTON, PA (June 10, 2021)—Brannon Boyd ’21 didn’t know his path at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) would culminate in his earning both a bachelor’s and master’s degree, nor did he imagine that being a part of the program would earn him a scholarship toward his latter degree. When the physics major and math minor …  

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 …  

WASHINGTON, PA (June 4, 2020) — Plans for the annual spring concert at W&J were moving along in early 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Student Government Association (SGA) to cancel the event. When the students came back to school in the fall, they wanted to bring back the special end-of-year experience, but they …  

We have received questions regarding the vaccination requirement. Based on CDC guidance, and advice of our Clinical Advisory Panel, the COVID-19 vaccination requirement has been added to our existing list of immunization requirements outlined on page 35 of the W&J Student Handbook. As with all required vaccinations, W&J will honor immunization exemptions for medical, religious and philosophical reasons. This exemption …  

During his 32 years as a Peters Township resident, Dr. Walter Schrantz has attended many local Memorial Day observances at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 764.

The years-long project known as the Greater Washington Area Business Incubator in Washington has been rebranded and is ready to open this week. Ignite, as it’s now called, sits where the former O’Reilly Auto Parts shop was, at 57 E. Chestnut St. in Washington.

A. Michael Pratt, a shareholder in Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Philadelphia office, has been elected to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of Philadelphia’s Board of Directors. In this role, he will support the ADL’s efforts as a leading anti-hate organization.

Don Spagnolo has been a matchmaker of sorts for the past two decades.

The field is set for the High Point Regional in the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship. The six teams headed to Truist Point include Salisbury University, Washington & Jefferson, Birmingham-Southern, LaGrange, Lynchburg and Marymount, Va. Greensboro College will serve as the host institution for the regional.

In accepting a specially commissioned portrait of an early trustee of both schools that became Washington & Jefferson College, Dr. John Frazier promised the donors: “We’ll find a good place for it, and we won’t lose this one.”