When the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of a traditional commencement ceremony for the Wilson College Class of 2020, the campus community wanted to find a way to give graduates the culminating experience they’d been looking forward to since enrolling.
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Wilson College has donated a surplus supply of personal protective equipment to WellSpan-Summit Health as a way to help alleviate the PPE shortage being experienced by healthcare facilities around the country because of the coronavirus pandemic.
We are all likely experiencing some emotional discomfort given the spread of Covid-19 and the disruption to our lives. Here are some clues for recognizing anxiety and tips on how to cope with it.
Worry is normal – anxiety isn’t. Here’s how tell if you’re anxious:
Classes start up again today in a remote learning environment. Here are some tips and hacks to help students.
1. Make a Schedule
Schedule specific times to study and work on projects. Use notifications on your calendar app to keep you on track and remind you where you need to be to meet your deadlines. A schedule helps you focus and manage your time.
Wilson College will add a National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) Equestrian team in fall 2020, increasing the quality of competition opportunities for the College’s equestrian students.
In a nod to its 150th anniversary and a fresh start under new leadership, Wilson College has launched the Boldly Believe fundraising campaign emphasizing three key areas: endowment, estate planning and every day.
Wilson's Orr Forum on Religion, which had been scheduled for March 26, has been postponed until September as part of the College’s response to coronavirus concerns.
The Wilson College Veterinary Medical Technology Club dog wash that had been scheduled for April 4 and 5 has been postponed indefinitely because of concerns and directives regarding the coronavirus.
WITF’s Smart Talk Road Trip, which was scheduled to be broadcast this evening from Wilson College, has been postponed because of concerns about coronavirus. The Harrisburg-based public radio station plans to reschedule the program, which had been set to air from the Wilson campus at 7 p.m.
The Foundry, a Chambersburg art cooperative located at 100 N. Main St., will host Wilson Students at The Foundry, an exhibition of artwork by Wilson College studio art students, from Feb. 28 to March 15. The Foundry will host a "meet the artists" event from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 6. The exhibit and the March 6 reception are free and open to the public.