Monday Dec 9
W&J receives CFA endorsement
Yongsheng Wang , associate professor of economics and director of Washington and Jefferson College's undergraduate financial economics program, said when they were launching the program three years ago, some people thought they were crazy to encourage undergraduate students to complete the Chartered Financial Analyst exam from the CFA Institute.
US News & World Report
Obama's Bluffing With Iran, China and Afghanistan
By the end of week two, students taking the course "Navigating the Checkpoints in Life" at Washington and Jefferson College are happily grasping just how the "the rules of the bluff" work.
City of Washington adopts budget, approves library loan
Plans for a new heating and air conditioning system for Citizens Library are moving forward after Washington City Council Thursday retroactively approved an application and a contract with the state Department of Education for a $500,000 matching grant.
Family embraces its history, thick with Civil War connections
George Grounds Sprowls of Washington poses with a portrait of his grandfather, William Grounds, who served in the Civil War.
Former W&J student ordered to trial in campus drug casea
Former Washington & Jefferson College student James Robert O'Grady, right, arrives at his preliminary hearing Monday with his attorney, Christopher Blackwell, to face charges he had drugs and a weapon in his campus dorm room.
Smithsonian curator to lecture on Wernher von Braun at W&J
A pioneer of the space program. The Father of Rocket Science. This is how many describe aerospace engineer and scientist Wernher von Braun, who played a large role in building a space program for the United States.