Men’s Tennis Looks to Run the Conference Table

Sports

By Katie Weida Elm Staff Writer The Washington College men’s tennis team secured the number four spot in the Centennial Conference tournament with a 5-4 win over Dickinson College last Saturday. The Shoremen scored the first point of the match when junior Adam Cranford and sophomore Kevin Papen won 8-3 at No. 2 doubles. Dickinson […]

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Shoremen Notch A Playoff Spot, Win Awards

Sports

By Tim Marcin Elm Staff Writer The Washington College baseball team recently had a fantastic and historic week. It started off well on April 22, when the Shoremen beat Wesley College 5-4 in what Coach Al Streelman called a “nail-biter” and an “outstanding college baseball game.” Leading the way for WC were freshmen pitchers Joe […]

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Jason Bryden: A Retrospective Sports Piece

Sports

By Jason Bryden Assistant Sports Info Director Where has this year gone? It seems like only a few weeks ago when sports editor James Bedrock asked me to do articles for The Elm, consisting of the top five NFL games of the week. Some weeks it was easy picking the top five, but other weeks […]

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Top Movie Snores and Bores of All Time

Lifestyle

By Amanda Whitaker Copy Editor I have always prided myself on the fact that I can watch any movie, no matter how awful it is, to the end. I don’t know whether it’s because I am determined to finish what I have started or that I’m just curious about the ending, but there aren’t many […]

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Why Science Fiction Matters

Lifestyle

By Chantel Delulio Layout Editor The genre of science fiction is, all in all, delegated to the dark recesses of the world so that the more respectable members of society don’t have to be sullied with its silver jetpacks and fire-breathing lizards. There are instances where it does break into the mainstream, but for the […]

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Off to England: Final Farewell

Student Life

By Kathleen Bromelow Elm Staff Writer As this academic year comes to a close, I just want to take a moment to reflect on my study abroad experience for this past year. This year has been filled with adventure and a lot of interesting experiences to say the least. I would be lying if I […]

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Quiet Hour Rules and May Day Reminders from Public Safety

Student Life

Twenty-four hour quiet hours have gone in effect as of yesterday, April 29 and will be in effect for the remainder of finals week. Students who violate 24-hour quiet hours may be asked to leave campus immediately, regardless of their final exam schedule, so please plan accordingly. From 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. each night, […]

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Student Spotlight on SGA President Tri Ofosu-Ameyaw

Student Life

By Kim Friel Student Life Editor For this last issue of The Elm for the 2009-2010 academic year, we would like to put the student spotlight on Tri Ofosu-Ameyaw who has served as SGA president for the past year. Q: What was the hardest thing about being SGA president? A: For me, the hardest thing […]

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New OSA Interns Share Goals for 2010-2011 Year

Student Life

By Tim Armstrong Elm Staff Writer The Office of Student Activities would like to welcome two more of our 2010-2011 intern staff. We hope these two individuals will achieve their goals in the next upcoming year. Name: Lillian Muir OSA web development intern Class: Rising senior Major: Anthropology Minor: Gender studies Goals for OSA next […]

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Letter to the Editor: EROS Responds to ‘Silence Isn’t Golden’ Column, Defends Day of Silence

Opinion

Dear Editor, The one negative aspect of a newspaper containing an opinion section is that it allows for some uninformed people to share their uneducated opinions as if they were based on actual facts. In an article last week entitled “ ‘Silence Isn’t Golden for LGBT Awareness,” Ben Mason did just that. Now, don’t get […]

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