Campus Events

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Robin Fretwell Wilson

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Against Culture War 

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Vincent Lloyd

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Jim Condron

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

You Never Wash It Off Completely

2019 Wilson College Creative Writing Colloquium

The Wilson College English program invites all budding writers to attend the first Wilson College Colloquium on Creative Writing. Attend lessons on writing technique, ask questions about the publishing process, and rub elbows with published authors. 

Saturday, November 9
8:15 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Brooks Science Center, Wilson College

Register here.
Registration deadline is November 3. 

5th Annual People, Place, Plates: Farm-to-Table Fundraising Dinner

Join us as we celebrate Fulton Farm and it's commitment to educating for sustainability through food. Enjoy an evening of local food and drink, music and prize drawings. 

Music will be provided by two local favorites Mitch Morrill, (acoustic rock and blues) and Tresa Day, (acoustic soul and pop).

Menu

This year's menu is a collection of past fan favorites.

A Celebration of Barns: How to Preserve Farm Buildings and Open Space

The Conference on Heritage is coming to Chambersburg, and we are excited to bring conversations about historic preservation, open space and land conservation to your community.

Come to these FREE events to learn more about the historic landscape of your community!

Join us for a discussion from 3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.: How to Save Barns, Farms, and Rural Heritage: A Panel Discussion

Wilson College Choir 2019 Spring Concert

Celebrating 150 years of music at Wilson. 

Free admission. 

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