Coping and Mental Health during the Pandemic: Acceptance & Self-Compassion Dr. Thomas Lindquist, PsyD W & J Staff Psychologist Recognizing and acknowledging the impact of the pandemic on our […]
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A feature about Pat Aigner, who was a stand-out athlete for the college in the 1980’s.
Peace Valley Nature Center is holding a two month long art show. Briton Parker, ’75, will have his art featured until December 31.
Paul Jacobs, who received an honorary doctorate from Washington and Jefferson College, will be performing with the Nashville Symphony, conducted by Giancarlo Guerrero.
Rev. John Fife, ’62, gave a talk entitled “Border Security: Testing our Basic Values” at the College in September.
Susan R. Ralston, ’85, has been appointed as new Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Old Point National Bank in Hampton, Virginia.
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
Timothy Wagner ’08, associate principal for program planning and innovation since 2015, has been named the new Upper St. Clair High School principal, effective July 1.
In 1922, the team from the PCC — now the Pac 12 Conference — was the undefeated California Bears. And their opponent was now NCAA Division III school Washington & Jefferson from Washington County in western Pennsylvania.