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W&J Is One of America’s Oldest Institutions

Updated: September 27, 2021 | Tagged: ,

Teaching 9/11: A Historical Event and a Lived Experience for Today’s Students

Updated: September 10, 2021 | Tagged: ,

September 11, 2001 is both a historical event and a lived experience for today’s college students.

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, W&J College to Dedicate Pennsylvania State Marker Honoring Charles Fremont West, M.D.

Updated: September 9, 2021 | Tagged: , ,

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) will dedicate a Pennsylvania State Marker honoring Charles Fremont West, M.D., W&J Class of 1924.

W&J Featured on Pennsylvania’s Horror Film Trail

Updated: July 26, 2021 | Tagged: ,

From the Godfather of the zombie genre to the Silence of the Lambs, you’ll love these spooky movie haunts on Pennsylvania’s Horror Film Trail.

Netflix’s filmed-at-W&J ‘The Chair’ releases trailer

Updated: July 21, 2021 | Tagged: ,

The trailer for Netflix’s filmed-in-Pittsburgh “The Chair,” which premieres on the streaming service Aug. 20, introduces Sandra Oh’s Pembroke University English department leader and some of the challenges she faces, including her relationship with another professor (Jay Duplass) who’s gotten himself into a “serious reputational matter” (what he did is…

New Centers to Ensure that W&J Students are Prepared for Ethical Leadership, Professional Success

Updated: July 14, 2021 | Tagged: , , , ,

Two new centers at W&J College will give students a distinctive advantage through customized programs to ensure that they become ethical leaders who are well prepared for professional success in their chosen fields.

Natural wonders: W&J arboretum offers stunning beauty

Updated: June 4, 2021 | Tagged: ,

Arboretums, delightfully known as “outdoor museums of trees,” are beautiful, peaceful places to visit. But college and university arboretums are much more than pretty green spaces. Arboretums promote a higher purpose – they serve as outdoor classrooms and living laboratories, offer opportunities for scientific research, promote conservation and engage in public outreach and education.