Senior Spotlight: “Drama Queen” Maggie Farrell

Student Life

By Grace Arenas Elm Staff Writer As a drama major, senior Maggie Farrell has had her share of unique experiences throughout her four years at Washington College. “I was designing lights for ‘Spring Awakening,’” she said, “which meant I went into the theatre around midnight when the rest of the cast and crew were gone, […]

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Editorial: A Farewell from your EIC

News

As I attempt to write a goodbye editorial, so many memories come to the surface. I think about the sickening number of cups of coffee consumed, the hours spent in front of a computer screen, and the creative expletives thrown at InDesign. The times I felt proud for those flimsy twelve pages, and the moments […]

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Senior Spotlight: “California Girl” Danyelle Martin

Student Life

By Andrea Clarke Elm Staff Writer Danyelle Martin is not your stereotypical California girl. Born and raised in Morongo Valley near L.A., Danyelle is the first in her family to graduate from college. Her mother works on a military base as a child caretaker and her father is an auto-mechanic. Both were hesitant at the […]

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Exclusive Presidential Interview: Reiss reflects on first year at WC

News

By Maegan Clearwood News Editor Maegan Clearwood: What’s your proudest moment from this year? Mitchell Reiss: I think graduation will be, so that’s hard to answer. One was learning how many volunteer hours students volunteer to the community. That made me feel really good about what we do here. I was proud of all the […]

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Bin Laden Killed: WC Reacts

News

By Maegan Clearwood, Lindsay Haislip, and Natalie Butz News Editors and Copy Editor This year’s May Day celebrations were unexpectedly patriotic. Around 11:30 p.m. on May 1, President Barack Obama announced the death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Students flooded onto the green at midnight to celebrate the news, waving flags, singing patriotic songs, […]

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Yearbook Turns Over New Leaf

News

By Lindsay Haislip News Editor With the growing push toward an online presence for many publications, print versions are becoming increasingly obsolete and unpopular. “The Pegasus,” the historic yearbook of Washington College, is in the process of receiving a full transformation into a publication that better fits the modern world. “The Pegasus” has been an […]

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The Final Opinion: The Musings of a Weary Senior

Opinion

By Ryan Henson Opinion Editor How do you summarize four years in around 500 words? I don’t know but I’ll give it the old college try (and probably go over 500 words also a word of warning beware of the tear stains sure to mark the edges of this article). I’ve never really been comfortable […]

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Men & Women’s Rowing Win MARC Champs

Sports

By James Bedrock Sports Editor The Washington College Men’s and Women’s Rowing teams brought home the MARC Conference Championship over the weekend, the second for both teams in recent years. For the men, it was the second time in a row earning the title of back-to-back champions. For the women, it was their second in […]

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Student-Athlete Senior Spotlights

Sports

Compiled by Hillary Kane, Victoria Ripple and Gabrielle Devaud Sarah Cannon: Women’s Lacrosse Career Summary – All-Centennial Conference second team (2011) – 69 goals – 65 assists – 134 points – 5th in assists (65) Head Coach Julika Blankenship says about her lone senior, “Sarah Cannon was such a great leader and captain for us […]

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Senior Spotlight: Ed Hoegg Lights Up the Stage

Student Life

By Alice Horner Editor-in-Chief Ed Hoegg gives the phrase “behind the scenes” a whole new meaning. Hoegg, who has worked the sound and lighting at over 600 WC shows, is wrapping up his year as President of the Student Events Board. Hoegg first learned the intricacies of light and sound in the second grade. “My […]

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