Too Little, Too Late

Sports

By Taylor Konyk Sports Editor Saturday Oct. 5, the Washington College Men’s Rugby team lost to the Lafayette Leopards 54-24. For the Shoremen, this marks their second loss of the season as they move to a 1-2 record in the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union. After coming off a miraculous comeback win two weeks earlier, the […]

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Sports

By Brian Klose Staff Writer This fall, the Chester River is busier than ever as the Washington College Men’s Rowing team begins its training for the long competitive season ahead. “It’s an exciting time for Washington crew,” said new Novice Head Coach Daniel Hagelberg. The Shoremen are entering the fall with a 15th place finish […]

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Mission Possible: Securing a Conference Win

Sports

By Koppany Jordan Staff Writer While many students sat at home or traveled to places near and far, the Shorewomen continued their work in Chestertown—waiting and preparing for their matchups during the Fall Break. To this point, Shorewomen soccer program has had a tough season in conference play. Motivation ran high as they looked for […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Concert Etiquette

Lifestyle

By Melody Bishop Elm Staff Writer Whether it’s at a private venue or a music festival, concerts are often a welcome break from the day-to-day grind, a near-religious experience even. They give us something to look forward to and later, something to talk about. To ensure the story you later relate to your friends is […]

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Level Up: Cheap and Dirty “Hotline Miami”

Lifestyle

By Harris Allgeier Staff Columnist In 2012, Digital Devolver released a surprising indie smash called “Hotline Miami” for Windows and the Playstation 3. Highly reminiscent of 2011’s neo-noir crime drama “Drive,” “Hotline Miami” is a cocaine-fueled neon bloodbath steeped in 80’s atmosphere. Throughout most of the game’s story you play as an unnamed man referred […]

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Chic Choice: Obella Obbo,‘14

Lifestyle

By Grace Arenas Lifestyle Editor Homecoming king, Wacappella fella, and admissions tour guide, senior Obella Obbo is often in the campus spotlight. Luckily, with his well-matched attire and clever accessories, that spotlight always flatters him. Everyone who knows Obbo recognizes his cool, casual style and ubiquitous sunglasses, but it’s this outfit’s colorful representation of Goose […]

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Films Déjà Viewed

Lifestyle

By Cara Murray Elm Staff Writer It all starts the same: a scene begins and you get that first inkling, maybe it’s déjà vu, but you brush it off. Then the camera angles look familiar, and so do the sets, but you’re not quite sure why. Maybe you hear a line or see a character […]

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The Death of the Hobby

Lifestyle

By Kim Uslin Senior Writer It happens every time. You’re sitting beside a distant cousin at a family function or chatting with a stranger at the bar when a lull in conversation gives rise to that oh-so-awkward question: “So, what do you do for fun? Any hobbies?” With that one simple inquiry, you’re off on […]

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Enjoying Fall to the Fullest

Student Life

By Sarah Masker Copy Editor The way I see it, the only bad thing about autumn is having to decide between a pumpkin latte and hot apple cider. Fall is the best season out there, and for those of you who prefer blizzards and bobsledding or sunburns and sand…you’re wrong. Fall is the best season […]

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Back to WAC: Spotlights Michelle Volansky ‘90

Student Life

By Michael Harman Senior Writer This is the third in a series that the Student Life section has begun. A different member of the Washington College Community that has since graduated and returned to WC will be featured. These people may be teachers, faculty, coaches, etc, but all have a story to tell and have […]

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