Student research project culminates in “Dynamic Decades” exhibit, reveals College and community history
WASHINGTON, PA (May 4, 2022)—A year-long research project conducted by Washington & Jefferson College students, faculty, and staff will be on display this week when the exhibit Dynamic Decades: W&J and the City of Washington in the Midst of Social Change opens May 5 on the first floor of Clark Family Library.
Fort Pitt Museum’s Newest Collection features Artifacts from W&J Archive
Fort Pitt Museum opened a new exhibit called “Pittsburgh, Virginia” which explores the early days of the area’s history. In the exhibit, they feature artifacts from Washington and Jefferson’s archive.
High school students tour Washington & Jefferson College to learn about energy
Upper St. Clair High School students took a break from summer to tour the Clark Family Library at Washington & Jefferson College to learn about where energy comes from.
W&J Dedicates Newly Renovated Clark Family Library
The library renovations were entirely funded by gifts from alumni and other donors.
W&J Board of Trustees Chair Richard Clark pledges donation to campus library
Washington & Jefferson College’s U. Grant Miller Library will receive a complete renovation thanks to a generous gift from W&J Board of Trustees Chair Richard T. Clark ’68 and his wife, Angela.
Library renovations moving forward with donation from W&J Board of Trustees Chair Richard Clark
When students return to campus this fall, they will find one of the most popular study spaces on campus transformed. W&J’s U. Grant Miller Library will receive a complete renovation thanks to a generous gift from Board of Trustees Chair Richard T. Clark ’68 and his wife, Angela. The Clarks’ donation is the leadership gift…
Mother and daughter graduate together
Graduating college is an important milestone in any student’s life, but for Cheri Duball and her daughter Juliet, this year’s commencement was even more special.
Redick Collection Provides New Look at W&J’s Earliest Days
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) is now home to a prized collection of letters and other documents owned by David Redick, one of the College’s earliest benefactors.
W&J Breaks Ground for New James David Ross Family Recreation Center
W&J has broken ground for the James David Ross Family Recreation Center, a new recreation facility that will serve the entire W&J campus community.
Old Guard Project Seeks to Fill Gaps in W&J History
WASHINGTON, PA (Nov. 26, 2013)—In 1952 an unknown person—or more likely, a group of unknown people—parked a tractor inside the lobby of Old Main on the Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) campus.
It's assumed that students were responsible, said College Archivist & Outreach Librarian Amy…