Normoyle Gets 200th

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By Gabby Devaud Elm Staff Writer Last Saturday afternoon, Washington College and Dickinson split a Centennial Conference baseball doubleheader. The Shoremen won game one by a 6-5 score, while the Red Devils rallied for a 19-9 victory in game two. WC senior shortstop Ryan Normoyle became the fifth player in Centennial Conference history to record […]

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Sailing Finds Success, Despite Mother Nature

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By Sam Gross Elm Staff Writer The men and women of the Washington College sailing team were split up this past weekend as the women traveled to Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, to compete in the MAISA Women’s Spring Championships and the men went up to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, […]

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What to Watch This Week in Sports

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By Jason Bryden Elm Staff Writer NFL Draft Last night, the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft occurred and the rest of the draft takes place today and Saturday. The second and third rounds will be on Friday, while the rest of the draft, rounds four to seven will be on Saturday. The top […]

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War on the Shore: SU Too Much for WC

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By Brooke Paulshock Elm Staff Writer This past Saturday, Washington College and Salisbury University went head-to-head in a non-conference match known as “War on the Shore.” For the first time in years, both teams were ranked nationally, fighting for the Charles B. Clark Cup at Salisbury, Maryland. The Sea Gulls jumped out with fire against […]

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Previously in Sports…

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By Rachel Puglia Elm Staff Writer On April 27, 2002, Kevin Weekes shut out the New Jersey Devils in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the Continental Airlines Arena as the Carolina Hurricanes clinched the franchise’s first playoff series win since 1986 with a 1-0 victory. This was the first best-of-seven series win […]

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Trap and Skeet Finally Gets to Compete

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Glendale, Md- The rain started early on Sunday, April 22 and fell steadily the whole day, but brave shooting teams from University of Pennsylvania, the United States Naval Academy, and George Mason University came to test their skills at the first “Battle of the Bay,” co-hosted by the Washington College and University of Maryland Trap […]

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Shoremen Speak: Harlem, Summer Newness

Lifestyle

By Kay Wicker Rising Lifestyle Editor This past Saturday, seven other students and I went on a trip to Harlem. When I first heard about the trip I was reluctant to go. Not very many people from my class were going, so I knew I would be going with people I didn’t know. The trip […]

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End of the Year Excitement… For “Dark Shadows”

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By Valerie Dunn Elm Staff Writer As a self-proclaimed film snob, I often view the late spring and summer cinema marquees with something usually associated with the reaction to being diagnosed with a terminal disease. This exaggeration is largely because I have never been diagnosed with a terminal disease. Nevertheless, when I finally have time […]

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So, Now She’s A Philosophizer: A “See Ya Later” Message from Your Friendly Neighborhood Lifestyle Editor

Lifestyle

By Amanda Whitaker Lifestyle Editor To steal a line from every other senior at Washington College (or any senior at any school, for that matter) I can’t believe it’s almost over. Four years: what can I say? It just goes quick. In terms of clichés, that one is as true as they come, and the […]

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A Movie With Which to End the School Year: Celebrate the End of a Year at WC With “A Midnight In Paris”

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By Alex Vidiani Elm Staff Writer Another semester is coming to an end amidst sighs of disappointment, or relief, depending on your major. Seems fair to say that (well, mostly) everyone deserves to sit back and rest easy. And what better way to do that then with a good movie? Here’s a final recommendation for […]

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