- “Take a Walk”
- The Residence Hall Experience: Why Dorm Living is Good Living
- Singing in the Holidays
- I Wanna Dance (and sing) With Somebody
- Use Your Imagination
- “Welcome to W&J, I’m your tour guide, Georgia.”
- My New Best Friend…The Teacher?
- The Few, The Proud, The W&J Rugby Team
- W&J: A Commuter’s Perspective
- W&J Presidents go to Pittsburgh and Beyond...
- My Journey with Michelangelo
- Magellan Awards: Just Because Magellan Sailed Around Africa Didn’t Mean I Had To
- The Magellan Project: Ashleigh Kazmeraski
- The Magellan Project: Marissa Stevens
- Red&Black Behavior
- W&J: Serving the Community since 1781
- Washington: Not Your Average Small Town
- Grab a Cup of Coffee with Your Microscope
- January – the New Green-Eyed Monster
- A Family of Athletes
- Liberal Arts Academia: Why Being Well Rounded Matters
- Q&A with Dr. Tori Haring-Smith
Ashleigh Kazmeraski discusses her Magellan experience
The Magellan Project: Ashleigh Kazmeraski
The Magellan Project provides W&J-based support for W&J students who wish to pursue interesting projects during their college careers. The Magellan Project is designed to assist W&J students in crafting and in telling compelling stories of curiosity and achievement that will be useful throughout their college years and their subsequent transition to life after W&J.
This past summer, Ashleigh Kazmeraski, W&J Class of 2010, had the opportunity to complete an internship in the Pittsburgh office of United States Congressman Tim Murphy. "In a congressional office, each day was a new experience; however, one element did remain consistent. Everyday, among other duties, I had the chance to work closely with the Washington D.C. staff to solve various issues such as constituent legislative questions and meeting schedules for the Congressman," she said.