Annual Career Fair Links Students and Job Market

Student Life

By Kim Uslin Elm Staff Writer WC SIFE and the WC Career Center recently held their eighth annual Career Fair on March 21. The Fair, held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Field House of the Johnson Fitness Center, provided an opportunity for students and members of the community to network with recruiters […]

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Are Voters and Politicians Getting Sidetracked in the 2012 Election?

Opinion

By Kyle Sepe Elm Staff Writer What is the number one issue in the 2012 U.S. presidential election? Is it Rick Santorum’s “extremism?” The Catholic Church? Or the law school student that managed to party in California with her boyfriend for spring break, but couldn’t afford contraception? Secondary issues continue to provoke politicians and voters. […]

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Over-sexed: America Needs to Get its Mind Out of the Gutter.

Opinion

By Kim Vi Sweetman Elm Staff Writer Could we put a condom on politics? I don’t know about anyone else, but lately every time after I read an article pertaining to those running for president, I feel the need to see a gynecologist. Which, ironically enough, is exactly what this election could use less of. […]

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Doubleheader Domination: Softball Sweep Franklin and Marshall

Sports

By Claire Mattox Elm Staff Writer After coming back from a strong showing (6-3) in their Florida spring training trip, the Shorewomen took on Stevenson College on March 21. Stevenson took the first game with a score of 5-1, and junior Brittany Walter was 3 for 3 in the game as she knocked in Washington’s […]

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Not Another “Hunger Games” Review, We Promise

Lifestyle

By Amanda Whitaker Lifestyle Editor So, basically, everyone and their mom saw “The Hunger Games” last weekend, including myself. And my mom.By now, everybody has either seen it and breathed a sigh of relief that it didn’t screw up the book or has not seen it and doesn’t really care to read another review glorifying […]

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Tales From a Land Down Under: The Changeling

Student Life

By William “BJ” Poss Elm Staff Writer Imagine your life in black and white. There are certain qualities both added to it and taken away. There is an element of mystery stranded behind the shades of black and grey. It gives you just enough of an idea of what is going on to be able […]

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Solid Performances Make “Win Win” a Half Win

Lifestyle

By Alex Vidiani Elm Staff Writer “Win Win” is a comedy-drama from the mind of Thomas McCarthy, and stars Paul Giamatti as Mike Flaherty, a family man, staple of the community, and part-time high school wrestling coach, who just falls short of being happy. His private practice is failing, so on a whim, and at […]

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Town Hall and President Reiss

Student Life

By Joshua Ely Elm Staff Writer Students that were eager to have their voices, and more importantly, their thoughts, heard, got the chance to do so with WC President Reiss. The event was a “town hall” style meeting held by the SGA in The Egg on Thursday March 22. The Question and Answer session started […]

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Previously in Sports…

Sports

By Rachel Puglia Elm Staff Writer On March 30, 1975, Ron Lalonde earned the first hat trick in Washington Capitals history in an 8-5 loss to the Detroit Red Wings at the Capital Centre. On April 1, 1978 New York Islander Mike Bossy became the first Islander and first rookie in NHL history to score […]

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Minta Mold?: Buildings and Grounds Respond to Mildew Concerns

News

By Maegan Clearwood News Editor Dorm life can be messy, but with efforts from Buildings and Grounds, issues like mold and mildew can be addressed quickly and effectively. According to Director of Buildings and Grounds Reid Raudenbush, recent complaints about mold in Minta Martin proved unsubstantiated, but his department is constantly aware of the threat […]

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