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Wil Haygood, Whose Research Inspired the Acclaimed Film The Butler, Will Introduce a Special Screening at WC

Written on:November 6, 2017
Poster - WC Scrrening of The Bulter

“Re-Entry: A Performance Tribute to Veterans” Will Showcase Multimedia Performances Based on Letters, Stories, and Art of Local Veterans

Written on:November 2, 2017
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Dancescape, Washington College’s Fall Dance Minor Concert with a Special Guest Performance of LightForest

Written on:November 2, 2017
Washington College's Dance Minor concert, Dancescape w/ Light Forest- Contributed Photo

“Hmong Memory at the Crossroads:” A Film Screening on November 8, 2017

Written on:October 30, 2017
Photo: Safoi Babana-Hampton

Kohl Gallery Features Timothy Nohe’s “Voltage is Signal: Analog Video Works” Opening November 9, 2017

Written on:October 25, 2017
Photo: ElectronDrawing are two example of Nohe’s work

Under Your Spell—The Psychology of Witches: A Tea and Talk with Cristina Casado Presa

Written on:October 23, 2017
Photo: Cristina Casado Presa

Terrance Hayes and Gwendolyn Brooks: A Poetry Extravaganza at Washington College’s Rose O’Neill Literary House

Written on:October 17, 2017
Terrance Hayes and Gwendolyn Brooks: A Poetry Extravaganza  at Washington College’s Rose O’Neill Literary House

Talking About the Tax Man: Brookings Institution Scholar Vanessa Williamson on Oct. 30 Examines Americans’ Commitment to Paying Taxes

Written on:October 16, 2017
Photo: Vanessa Williamson

A Sweet Subject for Food Day 2017 at Washington College: Chocolate!

Written on:October 16, 2017
A Sweet Subject for Food Day 2017 at Washington College: Chocolate!

A Hopeful Take on Climate Change With “Everything is Connected: A Collection of Stories, Most Weird, Many True”

Written on:October 10, 2017
Photo: Peterson Toscano

Tigerland Author Wil Haygood Discusses “The Miracle on East Broad Street” at Washington College

Written on:October 9, 2017
Photo: author and journalist Will Haygood

I Liked You Better Before I Knew You So Well: A Creative Nonfiction Reading by Washington College’s James Allen Hall

Written on:September 25, 2017
Photo: has served as interim director since June, and succeeds Jehanne Dubrow
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