W&J Magazine Header

W&J Magazine

W&J Magazine

W&J Magazine, an award-winning publication produced twice a year by the Office of Communications, highlights alumni and campus news about and of interest to more than 15,000 alumni and friends of the College.

Our Mission

With every issue, W&J Magazine strives to strengthen the valuable bond between the College and its alumni by sharing the noteworthy accomplishments and compelling stories of W&J alumni, faculty and students who are making an impact on the campus, in the community, and out in the world.

Winter 2021 Features

Introducing Cooper Hall

Renovated Beau Hall renamed to honor Walter Cooper ’50, Ph.D. W&J’s Beau Hall, a student residence hall previously named for the street on which it is located, and one of … Read more

The Life of Walter Cooper ’50, Ph.D.

Walter Cooper ’50, Ph.D., has spent a lifetime championing science, education and civil rights in the lab, in the halls of academia, on the field, and in city neighborhoods. His … Read more

“Elevating the Human Experience”

Walter Cooper ’50’s lifetime of bringing together science, education, and activism How does one even begin to capture the essence of this leader’s lifelong impact on science, education, civil rights, … Read more

Endowing Transformation

W&J’s new VP for Development leans into the power of higher-education philanthropy Carolyn Campbell-Golden, Ph.D., knew that Washington & Jefferson College was the right fit for her and her family … Read more

What have you been up to?
We would love to hear your story!

Old Main

View Previous Issues