WASHINGTON, PA (June 21, 2022) – As a first-generation American, Krissy Horissian ‘22 encountered many challenges, but her dedication and perseverance led to her presidential success at W&J. Horissian, a communication arts major, came to W&J without the extended family support or the connections that many local college students have. “One of the most difficult…
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WASHINGTON, PA (June 1, 2022) – Samantha Sonnet ‘22 took her artistic talents to Atlanta, GA, during the 2022 spring semester for her Magellan project. Sonnet’s original Magellan project was to study art in Italy and Greece, but the pandemic and subsequent international travel restrictions unfortunately forced her to modify her proposal. “I learned that…
WASHINGTON, PA (May 20, 2022)—Two Washington & Jefferson College Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) cadets were commissioned into the United States Army at the Spring 2022 Commissioning Ceremony held at Soldiers and Sailors Hall at the University of Pittsburgh today.
WASHINGTON, PA (May 18, 2022)—Three Washington & Jefferson College students have been recognized with traits of a giving heart.
WASHINGTON, PA (May 17, 2022) – Washington & Jefferson College’s Class of 2022 includes 22 members who were inducted into The Phi Beta Kappa Society. The students were inducted to W&J’s chapter, Kappa of Pennsylvania, during a ceremony on May 6. They were also recognized during W&J’s Honors Convocation on April 22, which can be…
WASHINGTON, PA (May 11, 2022)—W&J senior Preston Evans is SMART. At least according to the United States Department of Defense (DoD).
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 (April 25, 2022)—After years of courses on calculations, five W&J economics and accounting students think they’ve solved the equation for post-graduate success.
WASHINGTON, PA (April 22, 2022) – Bianca Pate ’22 and Piper Scarry ’22 responded to the Coronavirus pandemic by turning their passions into their professions. Both seniors began working at hospitals during the pandemic while also serving their communities as emergency medical technicians. Pate, a neuroscience and Spanish major with a psychology minor, discovered her…
Igniting Creativity: communication arts major builds professional profile with Skubo Creative and Ignite
WASHINGTON, PA (April 12, 2022)—Senior communications arts major Rebecca Valencia is turning creativity into a career and proving professional readiness through a new internship with Skubo Creative and Ignite.