• The Nature of Learning

    Meet the people who make up this extraordinary community on the shores of the Chesapeake, where history is still in the making. Your revolution starts here.


  • Turtles Go Royal
    Biology professor Aaron Krochmal’s research on how turtles use memory to navigate earns the cover story for the Proceedingsof the Royal Society of London.
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  • #ThisIsWAC
    The latest music video from WACappella talks about the first year experience.
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  • A Bloooming Partnership
    With its $200,000 commitment to Dam the Debt, blooom—named in 2015 as one of the most innovative companies in personal finance—is helping Washington College students graduate on more solid financial ground.
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  • The Great Human Race
    As an associate professor of anthropology, Bill Schindler has always believed in living what he teaches. As the star of a new National Geographic Channel program that premiers nationally on February 1, he’s taking it to a whole new level.
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  • Buoying Science Innovation
    A generous gift and matching state grant will create a $2 million endowment for the new chief of entrepreneurial science at Washington College’s Center for Environment & Society.
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  • The Backbone For Learning More
    Now a nursing coordinator at a Washington, D.C., clinic for people who lack health care options, Lauren Myers-Bromwell ’09 says her undergraduate education combined with two years in the Peace Corps laid the foundation for her career.
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  • An Audience With the Oracle of Omaha
    Zachary Revak ’16, Emily Summers ’16, and Trina Nusraty ’15 attended  Berkshire Hathaway’s 50th Anniversary Annual Shareholder Meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, where they saw Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, in action. Revak, a business management major, and Summers, a double major in economics and business management, wrote about the trip.
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