The Washington College Habitat for Humanity club traveled to Accomack County, Virginia for a service weekend. Before heading home, they had a chance to spend an evening at the Wachapreague Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival and a morning at the beach in Chincoteague.
With no classwork to get in the way, summer can be one of the best times to get your creative writing juices simmering. Here are some books I am currently looking to for insight into doing this poetry-writing thing a little bit better.
As with most summers, I like to make a reading list for myself, to catch up on the many books that I should have read in high school and college, but never it. And this summer, I’ll be spending most of my time in the 19th century.
As students leave for summer, GIS is not as busy as it is during the school year with half of its student workers around. This summer, Melody joined our team and experienced the positive environment in sunny Chestertown.