Entertainers You Should Know, But Don’t

Lifestyle

By Chantel Delulio Lifestyle Editor In an industry where the Lindsay Lohans and the Dane Cooks get all the attention, here are three entertainers deserving of a little bit more of the spotlight. *Sam Rockwell Where you might know him from: Playing Tony Stark’s fake-tan wearing foil, Justin Hammer, in “Iron Man 2.” Rockwell is […]

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America Needs a Doctor

Lifestyle

By Chantel Delulio Lifestyle Editor It’s so easy (too easy) to resort to cynicism. And the current climate of America makes the temptation to embrace that negativity all the stronger. For anyone looking for escapism that is not so weighted down in dour pessimism the pop culture landscape isn’t exactly brimming with offerings, especially when […]

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Sex and the Chester: A Woman’s Right to Herself

Lifestyle

By Alyssa Velazquez Elm Staff Writer There are only two weeks left. Five days of academic classes, to be exact. My junior year at Washington College is almost over and I find myself growing increasingly discontent. At first I thought it was all the looming deadlines, my excess daily intake of coffee, and the ever […]

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May Day: The Naked Truth

News

By Lindsay Haislip News Editor May 1 is a well-known day at Washington College that brings students, faculty, alumni, community members, and even the general public, together in celebration of the end of the school year and the start of spring. It all started innocently with the reading of poetry, dancing around the Maypole, and […]

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Shorewomen Use Beastmode to Make Playoffs

Sports

By Victoria Ripple Elm Staff Writer Last Thursday, the Garnet took down the Shorewomen lacrosse team in a heartbreaking Centennial Conference loss. WC took a 4-2 lead, which was started off by junior Kali Parrish only 6:53 into the game. Both teams alternated goals during the first half, but WC increased their lead to 6-4 […]

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Baseball Just Shy of Playoffs

Sports

By Kathleen Bromelow Elm Staff Writer On April 21st the Shoremen fell to Johns Hopkins 5-1. The single run for the Shoremen occurred at the top of the sixth inning when freshman Ian Remington scored from a single by freshmen Nick Marinelli. The Shoremen split games on April 25th against Dickinson with a 7-4 win […]

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Shoremen Tennis Fall in First Round of Tournament

Sports

By Hillary Kane Elm Staff Writer The Washington College men’s tennis team faced 13th ranked Johns Hopkins University this past weekend during their last competition in regular season play. The match honored seniors Adam Cranford and Kristian Wilson for their commitment to WC tennis. The day started off strong as doubles team Cranford and junior […]

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Softball Earns Number 2 Seed in CC Tournament

Sports

By Gabrielle Devaud Elm Staff Writer Stevenson University won both games in the non-conference softball doubleheader against WC last Monday, winning game one 4-3 and game two 7-3. In game one, sophomore pitcher Brittany Walter tossed her team-best 10th complete game of the year for the Shorewomen. She struck out six to become WC’s leader […]

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Shorewomen Claim No. 2 Seed In Tournament: Tennis duo Finnegan and Marshall reach 100 career victories

Sports

By Katie Weida Sports Editor The Shorewomen tennis team, ranked ninth in the Atlantic South region, picked up a pair of wins last Thursday blanking both Trinity (DC) and McDaniel 9-0. The Shorewomen finish their regular season play with a 9-1 Centennial Conference record and an overall record of 15-3. In the match against McDaniel, […]

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Shorewomen Trying To Find “Beast-Mode” In Search of Post-Season

Sports

By Victoria Ripple Elm Staff Writer On April 16, Shorewomen lacrosse took a heartbreaking 6-7 loss to the Haverford Fords in the Centennial Conference game. Washington College came out strong scoring two free-position goals in the first eight minutes. Freshman Carly Eisenbrandt and junior Rachel Bartee both contributed to give their team an early two […]

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