News at a Glance

News

By Sarah Masker Copy Editor 1.) Tartan High School in Minnesota is squashing 18-year-old Mike Stone’s dreams for prom. The high school senior’s date, porn star Megan Piper, is unwelcome at the school due to violations in both school and prom policy. Stone tweeted hundreds of porn actresses with an invitation to the May 12 […]

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Changes in Club Budgeting: A Note from the SGA Financial Controller

Student Life

Over the previous several months the SGA has been reviewing the way that club budgeting happens during each semester. In the past, clubs have submitted budget requests for the semester at the beginning of each term. Using this timeframe clubs were not notified of their allocated funds from the SGA until mid February, early October […]

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Editorial: Issues in SGA Election Campaign

Opinion

By Katie Tabeling Opinion Editor In the article “Elm Exclusive: New SGA Officers On the Record” that was published March 23, newly elected SGA President Zachary Pandl wisely said, “The largest thing you can do for yourself and Washington College is to get involved.” To put it very clearly: he’s right. How else will you […]

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Sex and the Chester – Rock, Paper, Scissors, Shoot: Relationship Approved

Lifestyle

By Alyssa Velazquez Elm Staff Writer Rock, paper, scissors, shoot…. there went another date. At least that’s how I felt this Sunday when I was suppose to go out on a date and instead had to stay working on a deadline for a project. We had tried them all–the rock, the paper, the scissors–all different […]

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Stop the Presses!

Web Features

Check out The Elm’s third “Stop the Presses” segment from the WAC Radio show, broadcasted March 21 on WCTR AM 1530/FM 102.3. Check it out!

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Dress Giveaway signals Spring

Student Life

Philanthropy dresses local community By Kimberly Uslin Elm Staff Writer This April, the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega will be holding their fifth Annual Gown Giveaway. As the name may suggest, this event is essentially a gown drive to benefit the students of Kent County High School. “We ask students to raid their closets for […]

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Annual Book Prize Finalists Announced

News

By Leland Fiegel Web Editor Every year, the George Washington Book Prize honors a single work related to Washington College’s namesake (or his era) that stands apart from the rest. The prize, which is co-sponsored by WC, is worth $50,000. The prize finalists for the year were just announced this past February, in honor of […]

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Letter to the Editor: Student Commitment

Opinion

Dear Editor, As the President of the Women’s Rugby Club, I would like to respond to the article, “Recognizing the Importance of Club Sports on Campus.” I was honestly shocked when I read the article, written by one of my own teammates, although some very important points were made. Like any club sport, Women’s Rugby […]

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Fresh Reviews of Older Shows: Fantasy, Action, and Intrigue in Lesser-Known TV Pair

Lifestyle

By Alex Vidiani Elm Staff Writer Game of Thrones This show, now on the verge of entering its second season, is quite honestly one of the most gripping stories I’ve seen on the screen. Take everything that made “The Lord of the Rings” enjoyable to watch, like fantastic action, epic scenery and sets, and a […]

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Video Games and Movies or Video Game Movies?

Lifestyle

By Tye Van Horn Elm Staff Writer Lately, I’ve noticed an extremely abundant amount of modern video games having their movie rights purchased. This ever growing list includes “Red Dead Redemption,” “Halo,” “Bioshock,” “Spyro the Dragon,” “Metroid” and many other extremely valuable licenses. I thought, hey, that’d be cool to have a “Metroid” movie, or […]

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