Traditions & Lore
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Our magnificent trees have connected generations of Washington College students. Our student newspaper harkens back to the magnificent elm that once graced the campus green. As arboreal giants continue to shade our storied past, new beginnings take root with a generation of native and edible trees as part of sustainability programming through the Food Initiative and Tree Campus certification.
As we construct living buildings aligned with our environmental ethos, our older attics, rooftops, and cupolas continue
to inspire reflection.
Sophie Kerr Legacy
Beyond launching the epic Sophie Kerr Prize, as well as scholarships and funding for our spectacular writing program, the legendary author was an ardent advocate for trees and home cooking, and has inspired Sophie's Kitchen in the Alumni House.
What began as a small collaboration between the German Club and Campus Garden has grown into an annual event with new culinary twists that support human health and environmental sustainability.
With a couple centuries of students roaming the corridors of our buildings, it's no surprise that tales abound of mysterious campus phenomenon. Do you have a ghost story to share? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your account as we compile this section. And check out this haunting campus video feature:
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