Experimental Learning Turns Back Clock: Students Travel to Colonial Williamsburg to Practice Blacksmithing

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By Lori Wysong   Elm Staff Writer The opportunity to learn blacksmithing doesn’t come every day.  Over spring break, a group of Washington College students got the chance to learn this and other historic trades at Colonial Williamsburg.  The trip was the first WC program of its kind. According to the director of the Center for Environment and […]

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CES Chessemester Travels to Central America

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By Laiken Harrigan Elm Staff Writer Each year, Washington College accepts twelve students to venture on a journey around 64,000 square miles of the Chesapeake Bay. The students travel through six different states and to Central America to study North America’s largest estuary. The Chesapeake Semester, or Chessemester, is popular at WC, offering the opportunity to […]

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