BOOO: Students Riot over Lit House Series

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By Meany, Miney, and Moe Lit House Hostage Washington College’s Rose O’Neill Literary House has hosted series such as Writing in Wartime, Jewish Voices, and this year, Writing for (and about) Young Adults. Faculty members like Professor Rocky Roads believed that it was time “we shake things up around here” at Washington College. “We would […]

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SGA President Snaps, Takes Over Office

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By Karly May Bee News Sledgehammer The Student Government Association’s change in power is hitting a few obstacles in the road, including a barricade in in the presidential office. On March 24, outgoing President Jeffery Sullivan broke in the SGA office and has locked himself inside, insisting that he will never leave Washington College. According […]

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WC Has Double Vision with Reiss’s Twin

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By Foopah Hooplah Senior Interpreter of Environmental Exasperation This past week saw an executive order by President Barack Obama that created a cacophony of new executive positions in the White House. To one of the created positions, (which he has dubbed the Head Vice-Secretary of Climate Change Development and Societal Community Coherence HVSCCDSCC), he has […]

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Rise of the Squirrel, Down with the Goose

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By Daryl Dixon Staff Ice Cream Man     Last week, Washington College officials received a e-mail of a chilling video containing a threatening message from what seems to be a terrorist group of intelligent squirrels. The squirrels have fashioned their own clothing and firearms, and demonstrated the ability to speak. They are demanding that they […]

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Snowed in With Snowden

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By Whitney Rae Joynder Satirist, Photoshop Master, Ukulelist Staff members of The Stump have reported hearing strange noises coming from the basement of the Sears Publications House since their return to campus in late January. The odd banging and muffled footsteps led the staff to believe the House was merely haunted by the ghost of […]

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A Case of the Common Mold!

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By Fun Guy Resident Investigator of Stuff and Things After a couple weeks of battle, Washington College is not looking so hot in the fight against mold. As of March 21 there are now 28 confirmed cases of “the Mold,” a rare and life-threatening infection where mold slowly replaces all vital organs. For the past […]

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Yer A Wizard, George!

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By Athena Left Staff Goddess The recent success of Birthday Ball has prompted administration at Washington College to initiate a widespread new education model. The Modern Adapted General Intensive Curriculum (usually shortened to M.A.G.I.C.) takes inspiration from the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The plan proposed changes to the processes of major declaration and […]

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Baseball Flys High in Myrtle Beach

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By Michael Bullock Staff Writer The Shoremen baseball squad kept busy this spring break, playing seven games over seven days during their trip down to Myrtle Beach, S.C. On March 9, the Shoremen battled the Mount Saint Vincent Dolphins at home, defeating the Dolphins 3-1. Sophomore pitcher Dan Jarrell allowed one run for the Shoremen […]

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WC Lacrosse Continues To Dominate

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By Derek Stiles Staff Writer For many teams, high expectations are difficult to live up to and many will fall under the pressure. Time and time again we’ll see a vast amount of teams ranked when it comes to preseason, but come playoff time they’re fighting for a winning record. The same can’t be said […]

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Shorewomen Split Record

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By Koppany Jordan Staff Writer Heading down to Virginia for spring training, the Washington College Shorewomen tennis team had much to look forward to. The team was set to do amazing things over the break as they opened up their official season. For sophomore April Weaver, this was a great way to start up the […]

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