Where Professors Become Students: WC-ALL Starts Its 25th Year with David White

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David White is no stranger to college campuses. He had been a professor (middle eastern history) or a dean his entire career before deciding to retire to Chestertown six years ago. So it is no surprise that he now can be seen on Washington College’s campus as the current chair of the Advisory Council for WC-ALL; the community’s lifetime learning center.

WC-ALL celebrated its 25th year this summer and the Spy thought it was a good time to check in on this important program for over 400 students, and asked David to stop by the Spy HQ earlier this week for a quick chat.

This video is approximately three minutes in length. For more information about WC-ALL and its programs please go here

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Letters to Editor

  1. Jane E. Hukill says:

    We are so fortunate to have David White at the helm this year, and for all the many volunteers who have made WC-ALL successful these past 25 years plus. A true enriching part of our community. Thanks to the Spy for featuring David.

  2. Penny Block says:

    Nice interview, David! Thanks to The Spy for helping to spread the word about WC-ALL and all of the great opportunities for learning that it offers to the community.

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