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Exhibition Brings the Ancient Mediterranean to Wilson College

Submitted by Jenny on Fri, 01/14/2022 - 11:10

“Voices from the Wine Dark Sea,” an exhibition at the Hankey Center, showcases the diversity of perspectives in the ancient world ringing the Mediterranean Sea. On show are artifacts from the Wilson College Antiquities Collection accompanied by primary source texts telling the stories of individuals and groups from centuries ago.

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Wilson to Host Free Creative Writing Colloquium

Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 01/06/2022 - 14:52

CWC 2022

Open to aspiring or established writers

If you’re 14 years or older and interested in creative writing, you’re invited to our 2022 Creative Writing Colloquium on Saturday, March 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Brooks Science Center auditorium. You can take lessons on writing technique, ask questions about the publishing process, and hobnob with published authors.

Professor Awarded Stipend to Curate Exhibitions and Complete Visual Art Project

Submitted by Jenny on Tue, 12/14/2021 - 10:12

The Class of 1955 Spring Research Stipend has been awarded to Joshua Legg, MFA, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and MFA Program Director. The $2,000 stipend will help fund a catalog for two upcoming exhibitions curated by Legg at Wilson’s Cooley Gallery. The first will present the work of Adam DelMarcelle, a visiting assistant professor of graphic design at Wilson. The second will feature works by artists committed to bearing witness to the times they live in and their experiences and challenging the status quo.

Shed Some Light: Wilson helps Habitat for Humanity with its 50th home in Franklin County

Submitted by Jenny on Thu, 11/11/2021 - 15:00

College volunteers aged 18 to 80 turned out to build a shed to complete a family’s new home in Franklin County, Pa. The collaboration between Wilson and Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County (HFFC) was the brainchild of Habitat’s Mark Story and Wilson’s Rev. Derek Wadlington.

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