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“I have learned so many new technology skills,” according to Susan Medley, director of choral activities and professor of music at Washington & Jefferson College. She adds, however, “I hope I never have to use them again.”
The arts, by their nature, are full of innovators – those people who will think outside of the box to make something work in any given situation.
And that’s why a virtual production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” will jettison into 2021 with the help of Zoom … and PowerPoint.
Pennsylvania’s move to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative will be explored during the Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management’s latest webinar on April 14 starting at 11:00 a.m.
Solar, wind and batteries for electric vehicles and storage are generally considered to be the major sources of renewable energy, but don’t forget minerals.
Exterior construction of the Greater Washington Area Business Incubator has advanced to the point that a virtual groundbreaking is anticipated over the next two months.
Chartiers Creek Watershed Association has partnered with W&J to organize a Service Saturday cleaning up Catfish Creek. Come enjoy the outdoors and do some good for our community!
Join Chartiers Creek Watershed to clean up the creek by our stadium. Social distancing and Covid safe protocols in place. Please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; limited number of spots available.
WASHINGTON, PA (Nov. 6, 2020)— At the beginning of 2020, Bianca Pate ’22 made plans to study abroad to add travel to her experiential learning opportunities at the College. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic altered her plans as it has for many others across the globe, but it inspired the Washington & Jefferson College …
W&J students help with Washington Teen Center Seesaw Marathon
WASHINGTON, PA (July 10, 2020)—Leading change is second nature to Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students. Take Marilyn Burkhardt. The rising W&J senior, a Spanish and international studies major, wanted to use her time during quarantine in a productive way, and decided to volunteer with the Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL), a bipartisan grassroots organization that …