WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 12, 2019)—History students at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) found great teachers outside the classroom in local Vietnam War veterans, whose stories are now part of an exhibit at the Clark Family Library. This semester, the students in Assistant Professor of History David Kieran’s HIS 337 Course, “The US War in Vietnam,” […]
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 10, 2019) — The first thing you’ll learn when you meet Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) junior Marcy Saldivar ’21 is that helping others is her biggest passion. Since a young age, Marcy dreamed of going to college for scientific research that could help her impact communities on a large scale. She […]
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 10, 201) —Washington & Jefferson (W&J) College senior Sarah Edwards ’20 is saving the environment one turtle at a time, thanks to support from W&J’s Magellan Project. The communication arts major’s summer research primarily focused on sea turtles at the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre (CTRC), a non-profit organization in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. […]
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 9, 2019) —Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students Caitlyn Brenner and Lena DiFulvio learned that independence doesn’t have to mean you’re on your own. The pair planned their Magellan Project trips to Africa this past summer as a joint venture. During their three-week project, Caitlyn and Lena both volunteered and observed everyday […]
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 9, 2019) — Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) senior Megan Barrett ’20 combined her interests in mental health and criminal justice for a truly memorable Magellan Project. Megan spent four weeks in Ireland completing her project “The Criminal Justice System in Ireland v. America.” With a court system organized similarly to that […]
Winter Tales is W&J’s annual 10-minute-play festival, which premieres eight to ten new plays every February. All students, faculty, alumni, and staff are invited to submit up to two 10-minute plays, which may be written on any subject. Please limit the play to nine (9) pages and the number of characters to four (4) or […]
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 4, 2019)—In the case of who wrote an entire novel in their second language over the course of a semester, the culprits are eight Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students. Ryan DeMayo, Gabriella Faddool, Alessandro Martin, Seaghan McBride, Maitri Patel, Laurel Sipe, Taylor Smydo, and Adrian Vera spent Fall 2019 studying the […]
WASHINGTON, PA (Nov. 20, 2019) — Can a 90-minute musical comedy teach the entire history of western civilization? Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) student theatre is going to try with their production of Western Civilization! The Complete Musical. W&J Associate Professor of Communications Karin Maresh, Ph.D. directs a troupe of 14 students as they perform […]
A feature about Joey Koroly, a current W&J football player.
A feature about Pat Aigner, who was a stand-out athlete for the college in the 1980’s.
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