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February 25, 2008

Wilson College chosen to do film

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Wilson College was one of 10 higher-education institutions chosen by the American Association of Colleges and Universities to develop a film about the college to be shown at AAC&U's annual meeting, held last month in Washington, D.C.

The five-minute film entitled "Wilson College: A Commitment to Women in Science" highlights undergraduate research at Wilson in social and physical and life sciences. It was shown during the AAC&U conference Jan. 23 to 26 and will be available for viewing through the AAC&U Web site for the next six months.

Wilson was invited to participate in the film creation, a venture between AAC&U and Conference TV, because of the college's reputation as a leader in efforts to strengthen undergraduate liberal arts education, according to AAC&U officials.

A film production team from Conference TV, which is part of London-based HBL Media, shot footage for the video on the Wilson campus in October, conducting interviews with Wilson faculty, students and President Lorna D. Edmundson.


Trinity School hosts Library Tea

FREDERICK, Md. - Trinity School of Frederick will host its sixth annual Library Tea on Saturday, March 8, in the Great Hall of All Saint's Episcopal Church from 2 to 4 p.m.

There is no charge to attend and all are welcome.

Books will be on display and can be purchased for the school library; any such purchases are tax-deductible. Donations to the library fund also are welcome.

Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP by calling 301-228-2333.

In addition, Trinity School of Frederick has begun accepting student applications for the 2008-09 school year and will host an admissions open house Tuesday, March 11, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. for parents or friends of prospective students seeking to learn more about Trinity School.

Anyone unable to attend an open house may call Trinity School at 301-228-2333 to schedule an appointment with Head of School Pam Seale, or visit for more information.

Trinity School is a co-educational faith-centered independent school serving grades kindergarten through eight.

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