WASHINGTON, PA (October 14, 2022)—Wanting to know more about the systems that shaped the south, W&J senior Jillian Curtis pushed past the Mason-Dixon line and developed a Magellan Project to study slavery.
WASHINGTON, PA (August 24, 2022)—Washington & Jefferson College welcomed nearly 400 first-year students at its Matriculation Ceremony held in the James David Ross Family Recreation Center last evening.
WASHINGTON, PA (June 15, 2022)—Two Presidents have been selected as 2021-22 Fulbright Scholars, continuing Washington & Jefferson College’s nearly ten-year relationship with the Fulbright Program.
WASHINGTON, PA (May 18, 2022)—Three Washington & Jefferson College students have been recognized with traits of a giving heart.
WASHINGTON, PA (May 5, 2022)—Graduating senior Cole Leathers is facing one final test as Student Government Association (SGA) President: leaving the office behind.
WASHINGTON, PA (May 2, 2022) – Michael Crabtree, Ph.D., a psychology professor at Washington & Jefferson College, has extended the ethical leadership values that he teaches to his students into the Washington community. Crabtree, who has taught at W&J for 49 years, serves as the board vice president for the Washington City Mission, a local…
WASHINGTON, PA (March 23, 2022)—W&J junior Sydney Hirst may not be a student athlete, but after spending the summer in the Westmoreland County Public Defender’s Office, she knows how to run the court. Or rather, the courtroom.
WASHINGTON, PA (February 11, 2022)—First-year track and field athlete Jacob Davis may not be in a race for the presidency yet, but his fast-footed friends are already helping him run.