News

Solar project to power WC

By Cassy Sottile News Editor Washington College has partnered with Sol Systems to bring greener energy to campus. Known as Blue Star Solar, the solar development project will consist of solar modules attached to single axis trackers that cover approximately 50 acres of industrial-zoned land in Massey, M.D., an unincorporated part of Kent County 15 […]

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Sports

Shorewomen prepare for spring

By Eric Botti Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s lacrosse program is starting up again this spring with faces new and old, but all of them committed to making it to the championship tournament come May. The majority of the team are veterans who have played for WC for at least two years. The […]

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Student Life

No experience required: WC’s revitalized photography club

By Julia Clifton Elm Staff Writer Last year the photography club on campus was mostly comprised of graduating seniors, and with no one left to run it last semester, the club became inactive and was dissolved. This semester, junior Brook Yimer and senior Haley Zullo have begun work to reactivate the old club and make […]

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Lifestyle

61st Grammys: Celebrating another big year for music: With performances from the likes of Dolly Parton and Diana Ross, the Grammys delivered this year

By Erin Caine and Amanda Gabriel Lifestyle Editor, Senior Writer This past Sunday was certainly a night to remember. The 61st installment of the Annual Grammy Awards was eclectic and electric, full of memorable performances from the world’s favorite artists. Hosting the ceremony was accomplished R&B vocalist Alicia Keys, who herself has won a formidable […]

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Opinion

Canada orders energy companies to clean up their old oil wells — US should too

By Alaina Perdon Elm Staff Writer As more regions make the switch to clean energy sources, “dirty” energy companies such as oil refineries are finding themselves falling into bankruptcy. As of late, the trend for economically faltering energy companies has been to use remaining funds to pay back creditors, then slip away quietly — leaving […]

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