Previously in Sports: Landmark moments in New York hockey

Sports

By Rachel Puglia Elm Staff Writer Mike Bossy became the first New York Islander and first rookie in NHL history to score 50 goals in a season on April 1, 1978. He achieved this in a 3-2 win against the Washington Capitals. The New York Rangers helped the Islanders clinch their first-ever playoff berth by […]

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#20 Vision: Shorewomen stay undefeated move into national rankings

Sports

By Gabby Tarbert Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s lacrosse team is off to one of its most impressive starts in program history. The team’s record remains unblemished after a road victory against nonconference opponent Drew University on Saturday afternoon. The team improved to 7-0. Sophomore attack Emily Hubley continues to impress in every […]

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Tennis Wins Big: Trounces rival McDaniel 8-1 for large crowd

Sports

By Koppany Jordan Elm Staff Writer Men’s tennis treated the campus this past Saturday with a big 8-1 win. On the first day of what would become a three day weekend, life was hustling and bustling on the Washington College campus. With an open house on Saturday, March 23, prospective students were given the chance […]

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Shoremen Stay on Top: Beat McDaniel, move to #4 in the country, stay undefeated

Sports

By Taylor Konyk Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen narrowly escaped the McDaniel College Green Terror to maintain their perfect record, now 7-0 (editor’s note: the Shoremen moved to 8-0 after the writing of this article after an 11-10 victory over Haverford College). Battling back after trailing 4-3 in the first quarter, Wasington College finished the […]

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Art History Club Presents: CONVERGENCE

Student Life

By Sarah Mann Elm Staff Writer What is the relationship between humans and nature? The art exhibition “Convergence,” by the Art History Club, featuring the artwork of Howard McCoy, Mary McCoy, senior Liv Kittel, and Stu Cawley, seeks to answer this question. The exhibition took place on Friday, March 22 in Daly 208. In the […]

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Why I Relay

Student Life

Kelly Dobroski ‘16 Relay Survivorship Committee Co-Head Relay for Life has been a way of expressing what I want in the world – more birthdays. Cancer touches everyone at some point in their life, and for me it happened at 15. On April 9, 2010, I received a letter that created a paradigm shift. I […]

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A Wayfarer In the Land: Its all Turkish to Me

Student Life

By Allison Davis Foreign Correspondent How many of you came to college and tried to learn a new language? In the safety of a classroom, it does not seem that difficult. Memorize some verbs, describe yourself in a paragraph, and throw in a little grammar. Voila! You’ve made it through the basic 100 level language […]

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All For A Cause

Student Life

By Michael Harman Elm Staff Writer Human trafficking, anti-homosexual rallies, and poor healthcare for mothers affect the world. Although these problems are global, WC has recognized them and vows to make a difference. In Dr. Christine Wade’s class, Human Rights and Social Justice, students will be “provided an introduction to the history, philosophy and major […]

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: America’s Response to Steubenville Sexual Assault Case

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By Dana Panczenko Staff Columnist The Steubenville rape case that wrapped up last week was one of the most widely publicized and controversial rape cases that the nation has ever seen. On Sunday, March 17, Trent Mays and Ma’lik Richmond were found guilty of the sexual assault of a young female while she was severely […]

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The Many Faces of PETA: Examing peta2

Columns, Opinion

By Amanda Eldreth Staff Columnist We all know that sometimes People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) makes terrible life decisions. I’ve written an article in the past about how much I want to like PETA because they are capable of so much good, but they sometimes handle how they present their information in […]

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