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The Right Decision

October 9, 2018
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Eddie Nogay ’14 was able to pursue both his dreams of playing college baseball and working towards attending law school at W&J. This piece, written by Nogay, was originally published on as part of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference’s Personalities of the PAC series. The series ran during NCAA’s Division III Week, a celebration of …  

Freshmen journey to Germany and Poland for immersive Holocaust education

October 9, 2018
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W&J is known for offering its students unique opportunities to travel. Sixteen freshmen had the chance to take advantage of one of these trips before the end of their first year on campus. Students in the German Film Course, taught by Michael Shaughnessy, Ph.D., traveled to Germany and Poland, which included a trip to the …  

W&J Women in STEM

October 9, 2018
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STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) careers were historically considered a boys’ club. Today, an increasing number of women are making an impact in the field – including on campus. W&J’s Women in STEM online interview series put our professors in the spotlight. With the support of the outstanding faculty, W&J students also are seeing …  

Presidential Perspectives – Summer 2018

September 28, 2018
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Dear W&J Alumni and Friends, While chatting with a new freshman at a recent chips-and-salsa gathering on my front porch, I asked, “How many colleges did you consider before deciding on W&J?” “I applied to 30 and was accepted at 24,” she said. “I visited 12 colleges and universities, but W&J was the place I …