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Men’s Lacrosse Feb. 22 Goucher 1:00 Feb. 26 at Wesley 4:00 Mar. 1 at Washington and Lee 1:00 Mar. 5 St. Mary’s College of Md. 4:00 Mar. 8 Frostburg State 1:00 Mar. 15 at Ohio Wesleyan 1:00 Mar. 18 at Salisbury 5:00 Mar. 22 at McDaniel 1:00 Mar. 26 Haverford 7:00 Mar. 29 Franklin & […]

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Men’s Tennis Looking Ahead

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By Koppany Jordan Staff Writer The Washington College Shoremen are ready to launch their spring season on March 1 at home against Goucher College. The team has been practicing long hours all throughout the fall and winter months to improve their status in the conference for the spring. Following many hits and swings, ups and […]

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Men’s Basketball Fall Short to Haverford

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By Derek Stiles Staff Writer Despite coming into the final stretch of the season having beaten three of the four teams left on their schedule, the Shoremen fell victim to red-hot shooting against both Haverford and Ursinus. In a close contest against the Mules, the Shoremen fell short in the second half, losing  80-86. Haverford […]

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Slopestyle Dominance

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By Brian Klose Staff Writer With the games underway in Sochi, this past week has made for an exciting Winter Olympics. Team USA is keeping up with its competitive reputation, including a number of breakout performances from newcomers and no-namers. Other nations like the Netherlands, Germany, and host-nation Russia are also raking in medals. Halfway […]

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Women’s Basketball Defeated by Haverford

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By Hailli Woo Staff Writer Wednesday night, Washington College hosted Haverford College and trailed the  entire game to a 61-47 Centennial Conference women’s basketball loss inside Cain Athletic Center. The Fords improved to 18-3 overall and 12-3 in conference play with the win, while the Shorewomen fell to 7-14 and 6-9 with the loss. Haverford […]

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Controversy In Sochi, USA Victory

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By Taylor Konyk Sports Editor Saturday, Feb. 15 Team USA defeated Team Russia in an instant Olympic classic. Team USA outscored host nation Russia in a shootout that will be remembered for ages. However, much controversy surrounds Russia’s third period goal that was waved off due to Team USA’s net being off its moorings. With […]

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The Key to a Magical Night? Get Blinged Out for the Ball

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By Kim Uslin Copy Editor As any Washington College student who makes it a point to leave his or her dorm once in a while knows, this weekend marks the biggest social event of the College year: George Washington’s Annual Birthday Ball. With this year’s theme, Harry Potter nerds and casual fans alike will convene […]

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Makeup That Will Last All Night Long

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By Grace Arenas Lifestyle Editor With Birthday Ball coming up on Feb. 22, your main concern should be dancing the night away, not dancing your makeup off. It can be tricky to guarantee yourself a flawless face for the evening. While plenty of products claim to be long-lasting, they often fall short of our expectations. […]

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Bust a Move this Birthday Ball with these Blockbuster Boogies

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By Cara Murray Elm Staff Writer With Birthday Ball just around the corner, there are tons of preparations to be done. From the dress to the drinks, this night is sure to be perfect, but I am sure that there is one thing you have forgotten about in all the hustle and bustle – the […]

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Level Up: “Jazzpunk”

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By Harris Allgeier Staff Columnist You’ve got to enter the Soviet consulate to retrieve the classified, top-secret documents, but security’s heavier than you thought. After milling around outside, helping to demagnetize some pigeons, and playing a survival horror pizza, you discover a way in. But there’s a security door with a facial recognition scanner blocking […]

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