Centennial Conference Player of The Week

Sports

Congratulations to junior Jordan Finnegan who has been named the Centennial Conference Player of the Week for women’s tennis! Finnegan went 3-0 in singles (2-0 at No. 1 and 1-0 at No. 2) and 3-0 at No. 1 doubles during the week. She is undefeated in singles and doubles play this spring with records of […]

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Men’s Tennis Makes Most of Break

Sports

By Hillary Kane Elm Staff Writer The Washington College Men’s Tennis team, now ranked 12th in the Atlantic South Region, have started their 2011 season with an exciting twist. At 3-2, the Shoremen have knocked off Averett University (7-2), Guilford College (8-1), and McDaniel College (8-1). Their two losses were to 10th-ranked team North Carolina […]

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Shorewomen Lacrosse Still Undefeated

Sports

By Victoria Ripple Elm Staff Writer The Shorewomen triumphed over the Goucher Gophers, on March 9th, in a non-conference win with a score of 19-10. WC scored twice in the first two minutes of the game with junior Kali Parrish scoring and senior Sarah Cannon assisting to junior Rachel Bartee. WC had a lead of […]

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Shoremen Baseball Team goes 3-4 at FL Invitational

Sports

By Kathleen Bromelow Elm Staff Writer Over spring break the Washington College Shoremen traveled to Florida for the RussMatt Central Florida Baseball Invitational. During the tournament the Shoremen chalked up 3 wins and 4 losses. On the first day of tournament action, the Shoremen claimed a 19-7 victory against Gordon. During the game, freshman Mike […]

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Men’s Lacrosse Opens Conference Play with Win

Sports

By Timothy Marcin Elm Staff Writer While most of the school was getting some rest and relaxation, the Men’s Lacrosse team was having a great spring break of their own, winning both of their games. The Shoremen now have a 3-2 record, and look to be poised for a great run as the conference season […]

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Softball Finishes Break with Winning Record

Sports

By Gabrielle Devaud Elm Staff Writer The Washington College softball team traveled to Fort Myers, FL to play in the Gene Cusic Classic March 14th-17th during Spring Break. After playing eight games in total, two games each day over four days, the team’s record was 5-3. The WC softball team opened tournament play last Monday […]

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Hipster Robin

Lifestyle

By E. Walburg March 25, 2011 Volume LXXXI Issue 19

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Sex and the Chester: The Roads of Reason

Lifestyle

By Alyssa Velazquez Elm Staff Writer In life there are numerous decisions that cause splits in our day-to-day judgments: right or left, up or down, yes or no, stop or go, and even in or out. In his famous poem the “Road Not Taken,” Robert Frost wrote: “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and […]

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WC Habitat For Humanity: Committed to Serve – Students dedicate their Spring Break to those in need

Student Life

By Aubrey Hastings Student Life Editor For the fourth year in a row, Washington College students partnered with the Columbus area Habitat for Humanity to change another life. The amazingly dedicated group of 26 students has continued the very special relationship with the group in Georgia, as part of the Collegiate Challenge Habitat for Humanity. […]

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In Memoriam: Dame Elizabeth Taylor

Lifestyle

By Chantel Delulio Lifestyle Editor It truly marked the end of the era when legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor passed away on Wednesday, March 23rd due to complications with congestive heart failure. Born February 27, 1932, Taylor started out as a child actress, getting her start at nine years old in “There’s One Born Every Minute.” […]

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