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’s international student community has used WhatsApp to stay connected during social distancing.
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.
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 Logan Bayline, Ph.D. teaches her W&J chemistry labs online with the help of her six-year-old daughter.
Pandemic closures haven’t stopped Hilary Miller’s history class from creating an exhibit for a local national historic site.
Kelly Knapp is making face masks to help keep the W&J community safe.