This Year’s Moments in Unintentional Comedy

Lifestyle

By Chantel Delulio Lifestyle Editor After a long, arduous wait the movie event of the year, nay, the decade is finally upon us, bringing with it a surplus of joy, magic, and bustiers. “Burlesque” finally opens next week in what is sure to be a flurry of hammy overacting and sequined gaudiness the likes of […]

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“Already Dead” No Dud

Lifestyle

By Alissa Vecchio Elm Staff Writer In Charlie Houston’s “Already Dead,” Manhattan is teeming with Vampyres. Not Vampires, but Vampyres. Joe Pitt is one of them, and he is not particularly enthused about it, especially because he now has the job of chasing down a flesh-eating, bacteria infested shambler (or rather, zombie) and a snotty […]

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Walk the Walk and Talk it Up for a Cure: Relay for Life

Student Life

By Cristal Wright Elm Staff Writer MTV’s “The Jersey Shore” has slowly crept into the lives of millions of people throughout the country. As you walk across Washington College’s campus and read the signs in every bathroom stall asking if you are “DTF,” the first thought that comes to mind is about the wild characters […]

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Reno 911 Stars in Comedy Week Finale

Student Life

By Kim Friel Student Life Editor SEB has brought Comedy Week back to campus this past week with hilarious events taking place every night.  Monday night  was Washington College’s own version of Drew Carey’s hit show “Who’s Line is it Anyway?;” Tuesday was a showing of the hit flick “The Other Guys” in the Student […]

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Totally Sexually Assaulted: The TSA’s New Full Body Scanner Has Many Americans Furious

Opinion

By Ben Mason Elm Alumni Columnist By now I’m sure many of you, dear readers, have heard about the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) controversial use of full-body image scanners in airports all across the country. If you haven’t been reading or watching the drama unfold, you should be. But before I begin a discussion of […]

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Men’s Swimming Goes for First Conference win at F&M

Sports

By Kathleen Bromelow Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen fell to Salisbury 135-70 in non-conference action. Junior Austin Auger won two events: the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 2:22.84 and the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:10.30.   Sophomore A.J. Feurer added points for the Shoremen with a first place finish in the 800 meter freestyle.  […]

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Shorewomen Keep Streak Alive at 59

Sports

By Kelsey Newborn Elm Staff Writer The Washington College Shorewomen swimmers are nothing short of impressive.  Coming off of a sweep of all five relay events at last year’s Centennial Conference Championships to finish third overall, the team has returned to the pool this season with a vengeance.  Already 1-1 in the Conference with a […]

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Men’s and Women’s Basketball Bested in Openers against Wesley Wolverines

Basketball, Sports

By Gabrielle Devaud Elm Staff Writer Washington College had a vigorous second-half rally, but their effort fell short as Wesley College held them to a 72-67 win in the women’s basketball season opener. The Shorewomen went on a 16-2 run to cut the deficit to 65-58 on a jumper by freshman guard Kristen Hansen with […]

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Tim Marcin’s: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Sports

By Tim Marcin Elm Staff Writer The Good Sunday’s Jacksonville vs. Houston football game illustrated why we watch sports.  It showed that the cliché “anything can happen” became a cliché for a reason, because in sports anything can happen. It was the final play of the game, and the Jaguars needed a score to win.  […]

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Jason Bryden’s Top Five NFL Matchups: Week 11

Sports

By Jason Bryden Assistant Sports Info Director Chicago (6-3) at Miami (5-4) Week 11 kicks off on Thursday night with a key interconference matchup between two teams hoping to make the playoffs down in South Florida. Chicago enters the game on having a two-game winning streak after downing Minnesota 27-13 on Sunday in the Windy […]

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