No Walk in the Park

Student Life

By Emma Way Senior Writer Nothing was ordinary about the drama department’s production of Clybourne Park, from the intimate seating to the fact that Washington College had the first collegiate performance of the play. The confrontational and comical Pulitzer Prize-winning play, written by Bruce Norris, was directed by Drama Professor Dale Daigle. Clybourne Park serves […]

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Nailed it: Habitat for Humanity at it again

Student Life

Habitat for Humanity’s new destination this fall break was Vineland, New Jersey in Cumberland County. The club’s old affiliate did not have work for them, so the club members headed north where the new collegiate challenge were eager to have them. WC habitat members did demo work, consisting of tearing down walls and cabinets, and […]

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THis Month In Greek: Philanthropy

Student Life

By Emily Harris Copy Editor The month of October is a busy month for Greek Life on Washington College’s campus. Following Alpha Chi Omega’s events to raise awareness for domestic voilence victims, the sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi raised awareness for those suffering from arthritis following World Arthritis Day on Saturday, Oct. 12. •The week […]

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Pop Culture Friendships

Opinion

By Amanda Eldreth Opinion Editor There’s this saying my roommate of two years introduced me to when we first moved in together. It wasn’t a particularly new idea when she first shared it with me, but since then it’s become our kind of…life code, if you will. Even before we moved in together, she would […]

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Country Ain’t All About The “Achy Breaky”

Opinion

By Jeremy Quintin Staff Columnist Alright, so here’s the stereotype I have been given of country music. It goes something like: “I’ve just lost my job, my baby left me, took the kids, my car broke down, and I’m super depressed by this so I think I’ll write a single about it that will make […]

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Letter to the Editor: Student Disputes Campus Acceptance

Opinion

Dear Editor, Hello my name is Samuel Hoy and I am a disabled student at Washington College. I have a non-verbal learning disability which makes social interactions awkward and low muscle tone which makes me clumsy. I dispute the fact that this campus is one of acceptance and togetherness. People here seem to sit in […]

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Role Model, Global Phenomenon, and Match Maker

Opinion

By Kevin Lair Staff Columnist Honest, respectful, and hard-working—these are the qualities we seek in our role models, and these are the qualities held by singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. A wildly successful and personable artist, Swift serves as a selfless role model for millions worldwide. While many celebrities fall victim to the debilitating and cruel world […]

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Hypocrite Posing as Good Role Model

Opinion

By Dana Panczenko Staff Columnist I’ve never been the biggest fan of country or pop music, so it’s no surprise that I’m not Taylor Swift’s biggest fan. However, my dislike of Taylor Swift goes far beyond her music. Swift has built her empire around her image as a wholesome country girl with traditional family values. […]

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SGA Corner Oct. 18

News

By Katie Tabeling News Editor Oct. 1 • In new business, there was a motion to officially recognize the Math Club. The Math Club would participate in competitions and bring speakers to discuss career pathways on campus. The Math Club did not ask for a budget. The motion passed. • The senatorial open forum announced […]

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News at A Glance

News

By Caitlin Steele Elm Staff Writer 1) Many have entertained the idea of running away to Vegas for a weekend, whether to party it up, gamble away life savings, or even marry to a hooker. One wouldn’t expect a nine-year-old to plan on such adventures and actually get away with it. A young boy sneaked […]

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