WC Athletics Welcomes Novice Coach

Sports

By Brian Klose Staff Writer As the Washington College Men’s Crew season gets into full swing, the program is welcoming plenty of new faces, including the new coach of the novice team, Daniel Hagelberg. Named novice coach this past summer, Coach Hagelberg brings his experienced background with prestigious programs to Chestertown and is tasked with […]

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Historic Finish For Shorewomen

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By Hailli Woo Staff Writer The Shorewomen hosted the Ursinus Bears on Saturday for their final game of the season at the Cain Athletic Center. The Shorewomen defeated the Bears 3-0 (25-10, 25-12, 25-14). This has been the Washington College Volleyball team’s best season in 36 years, with a record of 19-9. WC won the […]

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Women’s Soccer Falls to OT Goal

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By Koppany Jordan Staff Writer Closing out at home to the Catholic University Cardinals, the Shorewomen hoped to end their season on a high note, but ultimately fell 1-0. The Cardinals and the Shorewomen began the battle even as both teams were evenly matched. Though the Catholic Cardinals competed hard on offense, the Shorewomen countered […]

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Boston Strong Despite Tragedy

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By Koppany Jordan Staff Writer Coming off a slump season finishing dead last in the American League East, no one expected much from Boston at the end of the season going into 2013. With new management and a will to win, the Boston Red Sox were prepared to start off with a clean slate. However, […]

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Controversial Ending To Season

Sports

By Derek Stiles Staff Writer The men’s soccer team’s season finale was one filled with drama and controversial calls as the Shoremen fell to nationally ranked Dickinson 0-1 to end the season at 8-8-1. Looking to win their third conference game in the last four played, the Shoremen were at a large disadvantage early on […]

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Unconventional Heros

Lifestyle

By Cara Murray Elm Staff Writer Let’s play a guessing game. Who masquerades as a reporter for the Daily Planet? Who’s the crime-fighting vigilante of Gotham City? Who runs a school for gifted youngsters in New York? I’m betting dollars to donuts that most of you got those questions right (it was Superman, Batman, and […]

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Work-friendly Wardrobe

Lifestyle

By Kim Uslin Senior Writer When attempting to put together an outfit for a recruiting event at a publishing company several weeks ago, I realized something rather distressing: I don’t own professional clothing. Sure, there’s that one dress that can pass for business casual and that cheap pencil skirt I bought for my (admittedly ill-advised) […]

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A Goose and A Gander

Lifestyle

By Jackie Torkelson and Nick Pace Elm Staff Writers Between looking up sources in the library and hooking up with their suitemate’s best friend’s roomie, Washington College students lead busy lives. Here to help you sort through some of the finer points of your social life are Jackie and Nick, The Elm’s resident relationship gurus. […]

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Bobbing for new Apple products?

Lifestyle

By Megan McCurdy News Editor It seems that everyone and their mother has an iPhone or a Mac or some iSomething nowadays. Apple products have definitely revolutionized the world of computers and consumer electronics, and the company’s recent release of a completely new mobile operating system has turned some heads. The announcement for the new […]

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The wheels on the bus come to WC: Students pitch business ideas for Startup Maryland, hoping for success

Student Life

By Michael Harman Senior Writer Do you have a plan or business venture that you have always wanted to start? Have you ever wanted to share that idea with the world? Thanks to Startup Maryland, students all around the state are given the opportunity to do so. This regional organization was launched from a larger […]

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