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    Ian Flinn ’16 discusses his book Conjuring Curiosity while performing a magic show.
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    Residence life hosted fall fest during advising day, students enjoyed fun activities and great food.
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    Students performed comedy routines to compete for a chance to open for the Comedy Week headliner Derrick Knopsnyder.
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    Men from campus competed for the title of “Big Man” at the annual Zeta Tau Alpha event.
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    The Fall Dance Concert at Washington College presented “The Halloween Night,” a haunting gothic production that tells the story of a studious young woman named Angela who spends Halloween cooped up alone in the library...
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    Washington College’s Office of Student Engagement held “WACky Trick or Treat” event in Martha Washington Square for the community.
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    The Sigma Tau chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi held a 5K to honor their late sister Jasmine Dora Queen. The proceeds went towards a scholarship in her name.
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    The October Open House was the second of three for Admissions in the fall semester. It included presentations from academic departments and information on campus services as well as campus tours.
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    SEB hosted a tail gate and a bonfire prior to homecoming.
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    Students and members of the Chestertown community gathered in the Rose O’Neill Literary House to listen to Washington College President Sheila Bair read from her book,  The Bullies of Wall Street .
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    Eleanor Jones Harvey, Neil Safier, and Andrea Wulf, author of  The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World discuss Alexander Von Humboldt’s discoveries and contributions to the world.
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    Archaeologist Will Tsosie, storyteller and tribal archaeologist sang the “Blessingway,” a series of song-prayers performed to promote health, well-being, harmony, and success.
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    Artist and advocate Serena Saunders visited Washington College and brought along some of her beautifully vibrant paintings to be featured in Toll Atrium.
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    Habitat for Humanity held a bingo night full of fun prizes and a 50/50 raffle to benefit the organization.
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    Washington College Archivist Heather Calloway helped cast a magic spell over Chestertown during the second annual Harry Potter Festival in October 2015.
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    Kappa Sigma hosted their annual pancake breakfast at Emmanuel Church. The proceeds went to the Military Heroes Campaign and Prostate Cancer Research at the University of Virginia.
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    This years George Washington Book Prize winner was Nick Bunker, author of   An Empire on the Edge.
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    Riverfest, hosted by the Center for Environment & Society, and Chestertown RiverArts took place this past weekend, Saturday September 26th 2015.