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The English department will be hosting a virtual event with the novelist and short story writer Jill McCorkle on March 24th. She’ll be meeting with students for an informal coffee hour conversation at 4:30 p.m. and offering a public reading of her fiction at 6:30 p.m. (both via Zoom). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom information …
WASHINGTON, PA (Oct. 29, 2020)—Everyone has a story. Clara Sherwood ’22 wants to make sure those stories are heard. The W&J junior—who is majoring in International Studies, Spanish and Music and Conflict Resolution (a thematic major she designed)—has been instrumental in organizing a new lecture series through Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) Office of Diversity …
WASHINGTON, PA (Oct. 8, 2020) – Even as a face of the largest social movement in history, Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder Opal Tometi stressed the importance of grassroots efforts during her Q&A-style talk with Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students on Sept. 28. “I believe it really makes a difference for you to get …
Anders Carlson-Wee will present public reading in the Media Room from 6:30 – 7:30 pm.
Award-winning diversity speaker and New Yorker staff writer Jelani Cobb will speak at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) on Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in Yost Auditorium of the Howard J. Burnett Center.
Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Dr. Paula Stephan, Professor of Economics at Georgia State University, will speak at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in Yost Auditorium of the Howard J. Burnett Center.
Anders’s speech, “Becoming Your Own Mentor,” encouraged the new graduates to draw on strengths they acquired during their time at W&J and recognize that even with limited experience, they are more powerful than they realize.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) ended its inaugural Symposium on Democracy Thursday, Feb. 15 with a discussion of the founding fathers for whom the college is named.
Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) inaugural Symposium on Democracy continued Wednesday, Feb. 14 with a look at the foundations of American Democracy from the days of the nation’s founders and the College’s namesakes through the age of former President Abraham Lincoln.
Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) inaugural Symposium on Democracy continued Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, with a talk about democracy and the American middle class.