Shoremen take Texas

Sports

By Taylor Konyk Outgoing Sports Editor Earlier this month Washington College’s Trap and Skeet club competed against 42 schools in San Antonio at the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target National Championships. Tied with five competitors, the Shoremen and Shorewomen earned a 10th place finish. In the process, they edged out University of Virginia, Texas Tech, and […]

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Konyk’s Final Farewell

Sports

By Taylor Konyk Outgoing Sports Editor The time has come for me to say farewell to Washington College. After only two years at this grand institution it’s time to move on and move out. Becoming a Shoremen will remain one of the greatest triumphs of my life. When my post-high school aspirations were dashed by […]

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Shoremen down Bullets for No.1 seed

Sports

By Derek Stiles Sports Editor Week by week it seems to be the same story for the men’s lacrosse team: another tally in the win column and another record crossed off. As the Shoremen ride their conference win streak, they continue to pick up momentum as games become ever more important. After defeating number 20 […]

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The Importance of Journalism

Opinion

Kevin Lair Staff Columnist Another academic year has come and passed at Washington College, and we are left to wonder whether this year has been better than the last. As students, have we acquired the necessary skills and education in our classrooms to effectively translate them into solutions for today’s plaguing issues? Have we as […]

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Getting In and Getting Out

Opinion

It has been a long, tough, and exhausting road these past four years. Oh yeah, I guess I should mention that I’m graduating, for those of you that did not know. It’s been great writing all these opinion articles for you, as many or as few of you that may have read them. I’m at […]

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Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire: A Conditional Farewell

Opinion

Dana Panczenko Staff Columnist When I first started writing for The Elm, I had one goal. It was never to make MVP, to have my articles featured on the cover, or to even get that coveted left-page-above-the-fold spot. No, when I started writing, I had one thing in mind: I wanted hate mail. Lots of […]

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Fresh Liver and a Nice Aged Chianti

Opinion

By Emma Buchman  Opinion Editor  The 2010s seem to be the decade of revamps.  So many of the classical movies, books, and TV shows we love are being reimagined to fit our time, and their stories are woven anew.  It is natural for us to be skeptical of these updated classics because we do not […]

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Somewhere Only We Know

Opinion

Amanda Eldreth Outgoing Opinion Editor I’m leaving Washington College regretting very few things. Despite feeling like I spent most of my time people pleasing and playing the game of politics, I still feel like I did so with every ounce of flare and rebellion possible. The only problem is I feel like I’ve been like […]

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Farewell from our Editor-in-Chief

Opinion

By Kay Wicker Editor-in-Chief Only at a school like Washington College can someone start out with zero journalism experience and finish as Editor-in-Chief. My four years here have shown me time and time again that so long as you are willing to learn, the world is willing to teach you. I owe this fundamental lesson […]

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Goodbye Grace: A Fashionista’s Finale

Lifestyle

By Grace Arenas Outgoing Lifestyle Editor With all the 20-page papers and serious class assignments I’ve had to do over my four years here at WC, I’ve been so grateful to write for and edit the Lifestyle section of The Elm. Getting to write about fashion and single out stylish Shoremen in the Chic Choice […]

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