News

Project targets microaggressions

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer The Lumen Project shed light on various aspects of microaggressions last week. As part of Professor of Political Science and International Studies Dr. Christine Wade’s Human Rights and Social Justice course, senior Mai Do and juniors Ervens Jean-Pierre and Arianna Hall hosted a panel on microaggressions in Hynson Lounge […]

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Sports

War on the shore ends in overtime

By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer On Saturday, April 13 the Shoremen took on the No. 1 ranked team in Division III, Salisbury University for the annual War on the Shore rival game. The Shoremen lost in double-overtime to the Gulls 15-14. The Shoremen chased the Gulls in the first two quarters, but ended the […]

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Student Life

GEO announces pilot study abroad program in Morocco

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer Washington College first established a connection with Al Akhawayan University in Ifrane (AUI) in Morocco in 1995, but a recent on-site visit by Dr. Andrew Oros, professor of political science and international studies and associate dean for international education, prompted a new idea. “Dr. Oros realized AUI was the […]

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Opinion

Trump cutting off aid to countries in response to migrants

By Isabelle Anderson Elm Staff Writer The countries known as the “Northern Triangle,” El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras will stop receiving aid from the United States. The process began on March 29 due to an influx of migrants at the southern U.S. border. This action follows President Trump’s previous threats of pulling aid from those […]

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