Scam Email: Do Not Reply

News

By Lindsay Haislip News Editor Many community members are all too familiar with the countless spam emails that clog their inbox on a daily basis. Washington College’s Office of Information Technologies has worked hard to limit the amount of these emails that not only seek important personal information, but also pose a threat to the […]

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Passion: The Flaw of the Fans

Sports

By Tim Marcin Elm Sports Editor   The tumbling sea of purple and black was relegated to a soft drifting tide with all the force of a kiddie pool this past Monday.  I am, of course, referring to the quiet suffering of the countless Baltimore football fans on campus after the Ravens gave away the […]

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New Neighbors on the Block

News

By Emily Blackner Copy Editor Renovations needed to create Washington College’s own Hillel House are under way, generating much excitement among students and faculty. The plan to create a Hillel House was proposed last year by President Mitchell Reiss, and the conversion of the house at 313 Washington Ave., across the street from the Green, […]

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Vball Beats UC

Sports

By Claire Mattox Elm Staff Writer   On Oct. 19, the Shorewomen volleyball headed to Ursinus College for a conference match up. Washington College came out strong, winning the the first two sets in efficient fashion. The host school staved off the loss, by taking control and winning the last three sets of the match. […]

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Two Tough Losses

Sports

By Hillary Kane Elm Staff Writer   The Washington College women’s soccer team came off of two hard losses against conference competitors Ursinus College and Franklin and Marshall College last week.  Both games were tough battles; however, the Shorewomen were unable to secure a victory. On Thursday, Oct. 20, the Shorewomen traveled to host Ursinus […]

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‘Tshepang’: Heavy Theme, Raw Performances

Lifestyle

By Maegan Clearwood News Editor A tree, some buckets of sand, a ramshackle cot and a Nativity set were all that greeted audiences when they walked into Tawes Theater for Tara Bancroft’s thesis production of “Tshepang: The Third Testament.” Once sophomore actors Obella Obbo and Andrea Clarke made their appearances onstage, however, the space was […]

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Jason’s NFL Picks: Week 8

Sports

By Jason Bryden Elm Staff Writer   Washington (3-3) vs. Buffalo (4-2) at Toronto Since 2008, the Buffalo Bills have played one game a season at Rogers Centre in Toronto, and this Sunday they will host the Washington Redskins North of the Border. The Redskins enter the game on a two game losing streak, most […]

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Sex and the Chester: The Dip and Dive

Lifestyle

By Alyssa Velazquez Elm Staff Writer Every once in a while, after a long week of grinding your nose against a textbook, fueling your body with liquid energy, and staring at one accusing cursor after another on your computer screen a girl needs to blow off a little steam. For some, that may mean sleep, […]

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HalloweenTown Scoop

Lifestyle

By Jackie Kelly Elm Staff Writer Well It’s time to face the facts: we’re too old to trick-or-treat. What’s worse, about half of us here at Washington College are too young to spend Halloween at the bar. Drab way to start the column this week, huh? Don’t let the previous few sentences rob you of […]

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Living the Writing Culture: National Day of Writing

Student Life

By Emily Sallade Elm Staff Writer On Oct. 27, WC observed the National Day on Writing. National Day on Writing started three years ago by the National Council of Teachers of English in order to acknowledge the important role writing plays in our lives. Writing plays such a crucial role here at WC. Some write […]

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