Dubrow Reads From New Collection ‘Red Army Red’

News

By Meaghan Menzel Lit House Beat Reporter The award winning poet and Director of the Rose O’Neill Literary House, Dr. Jehanne Dubrow, read from a collection of her poetry Feb. 13 to celebrate her book “Red Army Red.” Adam Goodheart, the director of the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience, praised […]

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Elm Roots

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By Maegan Clearwood Editor-in-Chief 80 years ago, February 11, 1925 The Men’s Student Council of Washington College yesterday, Friday, February 23, resigned as a body. The resignation was the culmination of a Student Assembly in which The Student Council presented the changes, particularly dealing with the Honor System, that it had drawn up of the […]

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‘King Lear’ Marks Dramatic Departure for Professor Rubin

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By Emma Way Elm Staff Writer For more than 25 years, Dr. Jason Rubin, associate professor of drama, has taught students his extensive knowledge of the theater with a smile that never fades. Rubin’s sparkling personality and commitment to education has helped him create an academic environment where his passion for drama is transcended to […]

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Jason’s Picks: NBA Midseason Awards

Sports

By Jason Bryden Elm Senior Writer This Sunday, the NBA All-Star Game is in Houston at 8 p.m. on TNT (Channel 35 on campus). Here are my award winners for the first half of the season. MVP: LeBron James – Miami Right now LeBron James, the reigning MVP, is in the zone. On Feb. 12 […]

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Women’s Lacrosse Preview, By The Numbers

Sports

By Gabby Tarbert Elm Staff Writer With preseason well under-way the women’s lacrosse team’s season has officially begun. After advancing to the Conference Championship for the first time in program history in 2012, the 2013 team is poised to make another run at the conference championship. Head Coach Julika Blankenship is “thrilled about the changes […]

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Men’s Basketball Finds Success vs. Gettysburg on Senior Day

Basketball, Sports

By Koppany Jordan Elm Staff Writer Walking into Cain Athletic Center on Feb. 9, the crowd was going wild. The game had yet to start yet the enthusiasm was out of this world. The Gettysburg Bullets had to be feeling intimidated as they warmed up in the gym while the the student section raucously cheered […]

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Behind You: The Cultural Relevance of Slender Man

Student Life

By Tye Van Horn Staff Writer They say that Dracula is a manifestation of our culture’s fear of their own gluttony and sexual repression. The Wolf Man and Mr. Hyde is a symbol of the darker animal that we all have within ourselves. The things that scare humans the most is not necessarily the things […]

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That SHORE is tasty!

Student Life

By Sydney Sznajder Staff Columnist As much as I love the weekend nights, sometimes it’s too easy to fall into bed at godawful-o’clock on Friday and not roll over until 2 p.m. the next morning. By the time I’m showered, dressed and fed, the sun is setting all over again and it’s time to get […]

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Gettin down with…Spicing things up

Student Life

By Kristen Hammond Staff Columnist So you’ve been in a relationship for a while, and things in the bedroom are starting to get a little static. There’s little excitement, no spontaneity, you’ve got things down to a science. It’s become more of a routine than a rendezvous. But let me tell you, that is the […]

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Three’s a Charm: three ways to ruin our twenties

Student Life

By Kay Wicker Lifestyle Editor The other day I stumbled upon a post on Thought Catalog.com titled “15 Ways 20 Something’s Ruin their Twenties.” When you see a headline like that you quickly divert your attention. Out of all 15 I think the biggest three I see being extremely problematic for my friends and myself […]

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