Elm Roots

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By Sam Gross Elm Staff Writer 69 years ago – Nov. 10, 1934 Home Games to be in Armory—All the home games of the Shoremen Basketball team for the year will be played in the court of the Chestertown Armory—negotiations were completed between Tom Kibbler, the local school’s athletic director, and Major Frank B. Hines, […]

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By Catalina Righter Elm Staff Writer College offers many opportunities to expand the intellectual regions of one’s mind. However, many students also seek to expand the imaginative realms. The Washington Interactive Gaming Society (affectionately known as WIGS) offers an outlet for students who seek out their dose of fantasy play. The goal of WIGS is […]

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A Literary Lifestyle: Meet Professor Elizabeth O’Connor

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By Meaghan Menzel Elm Staff Writer Professor Elizabeth O’Connor likes to teach her students, “You have to be able to think critically to be able to write well, and you have to be able to read well to be able to have something to write about, especially in an English class.” Reading and writing have […]

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How Safe is Washington College?

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By Andrew Shukovsky Elm Staff Writer The students of Washington College are still shaken up by the armed robbery that occurred on Aug. 19, in which two unnamed WC students were robbed by an armed man at the area around Calvert and Mill streets. Director of Public Safety Jerry Roderick said that Public Safety always […]

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Suspect in Custody

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By Katie Tabeling News Editor Two months after Washington College students were alerted of an alleged armed robbery in Chestertown, a Rock Hall area teenager is being held in lieu of a $50,000 bond for the robbery of two WC students. Nikel Shyheim Hicks, 19, was charged with use of a firearm in a violent […]

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Volleyball Remains Unbeaten at Home

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By Koppany Jordan Staff Writer Picking up their 17th win of the season against Albright College, the Shorewomen returned home to face off against the Goucher College Gophers. The Shorewomen had pressure as they were undefeated at home and hoped to remain this way for as long as possible. The Shorewomen are also now 11 […]

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WC Stumbles Down the Stretch

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By Hailli Woo Staff Writer Last Wednesday, the Washington College women’s soccer team traveled to Haverford, Pa. for a Centennial Conference face off with the Haverford Fords. The Fords improved to 11-4 overall and 5-3 in conference play with the win, while the Shorewomen slipped to 4-9-2 and 1-7 with the loss. Haverford made all […]

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Historic Win for the Shoremen

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By Derek Stiles Staff Writer After a 0-2 defeat at the hands of Swarthmore, the Washington College Shoremen knew they were playing for pride against Johns Hopkins University last Saturday night. That didn’t stop the team from sealing a dramatic, second-half comeback over the Blue Jays, even after a six-hour delay. In a game where […]

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Thrilling Finish Over the Green Terror

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By Brian Klose Staff Writer After a tough test in Westminster on Saturday, Washington College field hockey emerged victorious over McDaniel College in a double overtime thriller. With the win, the Shorewomen improved to 4-10 on the season, and 3-6 in Centennial Conference games. McDaniel fell to an even 8-8 and 3-6 in the Centennial […]

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The Rough Road Home

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By Taylor Konyk Elm Sports Editor This past Saturday, the Washington College club rugby team ended their season with a 19-22 loss to the Neumann University Knights. The crushing defeat came in the last moments of the game after a series of turnovers. The Knights, having earned a free kick, off-loaded a pass to a […]

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