Shoreman and Shorewoman of the Week

Sports

By Brooke Paulshock Elm Staff Writer   Shoreman of the Week-Robert Storck Junior Robert Storck is named Shoremen of the Week.  Storck sat stroke in the Shoremen’s varsity four “A” boat, which won a pair of races over this past weekend.  The Shoremen`s top four won its four-boat race at Saturday`s Philadelphia Frostbite Regatta in […]

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Jason’s NFL Picks: Week 11

Sports

New York Jets (5-4) at Denver (4-5) Week 11 of the NFL Season kicks off on Thursday night at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver as the New York Jets fly out to the Rocky Mountains to take on the Denver Broncos. The Jets enter the game off of a 37-16 loss to […]

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Shoremen Dunk Seagulls

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By Samantha Gross Elm Staff Writer   The men’s swim team finished off their week strong after their Gettysburg loss. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, they competed against Salisbury, fighting to claim a win after a demoralizing loss last year that ended a nearly two decade long winnning streak against the Seagulls.  This time around they […]

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WC Wins Big Over Salisbury

Sports

    By Gabby Devaud Elm Staff Writer   Last Wednesday night, sophomore Elizabeth Miskiel and junior Sarah Sykes each won two individual events to lead the Washington College women’s swim team to its 25th consecutive victory over Salisbury University. The Shorewomen won the meet 117-88, and improved their record to 2-1 with the win. […]

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Whose Line Is It Anyway: WAC Edition

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Translating Education Mindset into the Real World

Opinion

By Kim-Vi Sweetman Elm Staff Writer Say you got an “A” on a paper or a test: you’d be feeling pretty good about yourself, right? A’s are awesome. Now, imagine you got a “B:” you’re still feeling pretty good about yourself. Sure, it could’ve been a little better, but it’s still a pretty decent grade. […]

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‘1861: The Civil War Awakening’: The Author Behind the Bestseller

News

By Page Kube Elm Staff Writer The name Adam Goodheart is reverberating beyond the Washington College campus. His newly published nonfiction book “1861: The Civil War Awakening” is praised as a New York Times bestseller and is already being read by students in college classrooms around the country. The book, published in April 2011, was […]

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Editorial: Necessity is the Mother of Invention

Opinion

By Natalie Butz Editor-in-Chief I have a deep admiration for every student featured in The Elm’s “College Entrepreneurs” article this week. Despite a dismal economy, these students are carving their own place in the world and finding out how to make a living doing something that they’re passionate about.  It’s pretty daunting for me as […]

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Mr. Goodheart Goes to Washington, Meets Obama

News

By Emily Blackner Copy Editor Many people dream of entering the Oval Office, but very few actually get to experience it. One of those lucky few was Washington College’s own Professor Adam Goodheart, who was invited to attend a special signing ceremony. On Nov. 1, President Barack Obama used his executive authority to create a […]

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Bio Professor Brings Family to Chestertown

News

By Patrick Derrickson Elm Staff Writer Professor Jennifer Rowsell has researched developmental biology and is furthering this research through her time as a new professor of biology at Washington College. Professor Rowsell received her Bachelor of Sciences in biology at Susquehanna University and furthered her education as a graduate student studying cell biology at Georgetown. […]

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