1. Washington College, founded in 1782 when George Washington planted 50 guineas next to the Chester River in Chestertown, Maryland. In his honor there is a bronze head on the central campus walkway as well as a verdigras statue of his likeness overlooking the campus green.

2. A nod toward WAC, a beloved but officially unendorsed acronym for Washington College.
Many students attend washington at chester for the writing program, which is overseen by a cat named Edith Wharton.
by Sheeza Hoe August 03, 2006

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