In Memorium: Victims of ISIS

Opinion

By Emma Buchman Opinion Editor   By now, I must be annoying you all with my updates on ISIS. Regardless of your stance on what the US and its allies should be doing against ISIS, the devastation that it has caused to the lives of Syrian and Iraqi citizens, Western hostages, and their families cannot […]

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Improving Patient Care at the WC Health Center

Opinion

By Emma Buchman Opinion Editor   The Washington College Health Center, located next to Queen Anne’s dorm, is available to all students. Whether it be physical, mental, or emotional, the Health Center is staffed with trained professionals to help you bounce back. However, there have been several instances where the Health Center failed to help […]

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Soap with Hope: A Charity Project by Enactus

Opinion

By Aakriti Gupta Elm Staff Writer   Enactus is a student organization of entrepreneurs at both Washington College and at over hundreds of others schools across the globe. It is volunteer driven, with the vision to make this world a better place to live in for everybody. The hope to improve the condition around the […]

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Barry Glassman: State Senator and WC Alum

Opinion

By Taylor Frey Elm Staff Writer   Last month Barry Glassman, Class of 1984 visited Professor Melissa Deckman’s state and local politics class to discuss his experience serving the citizens of Harford County. A former Harford County Councilman, Glassman was elected to serve in the Maryland House of Delegates in 2000 and filled a vacant […]

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Being “Borne Back Ceaselessy Into the Past” this Winter Break

Opinion

  By Rhea Arora Elm Staff Writer   “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald is one of the most beautifully articulate books I’ve read. Narrated by Nick Carraway, “The Great Gatsby” has strong themes of hope and love, which touch every heart that reads it. The plot focuses on Jay Gatsby, an extremely wealthy […]

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Sparkling Water for Elephants: Republicans Paint the Town Red in 2014 Midterm Elections

Opinion

By Kevin Lair and Aydan Sultanova  Senior Elm Writer and Guest Columnist   Did you notice how Republicans painted the town red? We sure did. Through the 2014 Midterm Elections, Republicans made impressive gains across the nation with important ramifications for 2016. Republicans have netted at least eight US Senate seats to take the majority. […]

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SGA Corner Nov. 11

News

Old Business:    The bylaws to the constitution discussed in last week’s meeting were shelved until further notice as the Constitutional Review Committee needs more time to discuss the language used in it.   New Business:    $120 was allocated to the Maryland Student Legislature for their trip to the Maryland Student Legislature Conference.   […]

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Finding Beauty in the Uncommon

News

By Meaghan Menzel Copy Editor “I first came to Lia Purpura’s nonfiction for her book ‘On Looking,’” said Director of the Rose O’Neill Literary House Dr. Jehanne Dubrow. “I was in Virginia as an artist resident and heard her read from her remarkable essay, ‘Autopsy Report,’ an explicitly rendered account of what it’s like to […]

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WC Celebrates Veterans Day

News

By Catalina Righter News Editor “I’m not trying to glorify [war]; I’m helping people to revive it so it doesn’t repeat,” said Jeff Millikin. On Tuesday, Nov. 11, Mullikin, a member of the Maryland Defence Force, shared his collection of military uniforms and artifacts as part of Washington College’s multimedia presentation entitled “The Real War: […]

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Career Center Nationally Recognized

News

By Elijah McGuire-Berk Elm Staff Writer Recently the Career Center at Washington College was recognized on a national level by the website marketplace.org. The article, written by Amy Scott, was about the new Career Center currently under construction which is set to open in January. The staff members in the Career Center are excited about […]

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