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W&J welcomes Class of 2026 at Matriculation Ceremony

Updated: August 24, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , , , ,

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.

W&J international students at PPG ice rink in Pittsburgh

WhatsApp Helps International Students Stay Connected to W&J Community

Updated: May 13, 2020 | Tagged:

W&J’s international student community has used WhatsApp to stay connected during social distancing.

Screenshot of a Zoom meeting of the W&J womens volleyball team

Thriving Together: On and Off the Court

Updated: May 7, 2020 | Tagged: ,

W&J Athletic coaches and teams are using all the technology at their disposal to stick together through what would have been the Spring 2020 season.

Hunter Neely on the left, Michael Heinl on the right

Thriving Together: Seniors Stick Out Athletic Seasons with Team Support

Updated: May 5, 2020 | Tagged:

The season ended abruptly for W&J College student-athletes, but senior athletes are sticking it out with help from their teams and coaches.

Jennifer Bayline and her daughter Mallory

Thriving Together: Chemistry Class is a Family Affair

Updated: April 27, 2020 | Tagged:

Jennifer Logan Bayline, Ph.D. teaches her W&J chemistry labs online with the help of her six-year-old daughter.

Hilary Miller, left, and her history class

Thriving Together: Living History

Updated: April 22, 2020 | Tagged:

Pandemic closures haven’t stopped Hilary Miller’s history class from creating an exhibit for a local national historic site.

Kelly Knapp making face masks

Thriving Together: A Sewing Project Helps Keep the W&J Community Safe

Updated: April 16, 2020 | Tagged:

Kelly Knapp is making face masks to help keep the W&J community safe.

Linda Troost

Thriving Together: A Picture’s Worth

Updated: April 16, 2020 | Tagged:

A class photo keeps English Professor Linda Troost, Ph.D. connected to her students during the Covid-19 pandemic.