Winter 2021

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“Infinite Threads”

April 1, 2021
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Mixed-media artist Quoctrung Kenny Nguyen, a native of South Vietnam, sees his art as a means tocapture the many transitions and transformations in his own life. These changes have taken […]

A Tip of the Dink

April 1, 2021
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Never walk past an upperclassman without tipping your dink. That was the rule of the Freshman Court, or Lex Ultimo, at W&J in the early and mid-20th century. Failure to […]

W&J Names To Know: Jonathan Letterman, M.D.

April 1, 2021
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Dr. Letterman was a famous American surgeon who, during theCivil War, developed new strategies for medical management on the battlefield as medical director of the Army of the Potomac. His […]

Saving Ben Franklin’s Books

April 1, 2021
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Benjamin Franklin would be grateful. When this renowned colonial entrepreneur, journalist, statesman and American Founding Father donated 50 pounds sterling to the fledgling Washington Academy in 1789 to buy books […]

Paying It Forward

April 1, 2021
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Joe Gigler ’77 endows a scholarship to honor his cousin’s education legacy Mark E. Schweers ’75 and Joe Gigler ’77 were more than just cousins – they were classmates who […]

W&J’s Pandemic Planners

April 1, 2021
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The logistics of navigating as a liberal arts college through the daunting perils of a continuing global pandemic aren’t for the faint of heart. But don’t tell that to the […]

Pandemic Pledge

April 1, 2021
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How W&J will keep its faculty, staff and students safe this spring With an unprecedented fall semester behind them, W&J faculty and staff are looking forward to spring. Even though […]

Courageous Conversations

April 1, 2021
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W&J College is committed to fostering a universal respect and embracing individual differences so that we are all able to thrive in our increasingly diverse campus and global community. It […]

Re-imagining the (liberal arts) student experience

April 1, 2021
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While the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the normalcy of a calendar and academic year, it has not slowed down W&J College’s commitment to its strategic plan, which was approved in […]

The Life of Walter Cooper ’50, Ph.D.

April 1, 2021
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Walter Cooper ’50, Ph.D., has spent a lifetime championing science, education and civil rights in the lab, in the halls of academia, on the field, and in city neighborhoods. His […]