Faculty Featured in Lecture Series

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By Jack Hunt Elm Staff Writer The John S. Toll Math and Science Fellows are sponsoring a series of presentations by professors of science and mathematics. Each week, at 3:30 on Friday, three professors present different facets of their research to students and faculty. Nov. 21 is the last day for the research lectures, which […]

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Student Assaulted Off Campus

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By Molly Igoe Elm Staff Writer On  Nov. 2 at approximately 11 p.m. a Washington College student was walking from his friend’s house in the area of 300 Calvert St. when he started having a conversation with a young African American male. In a matter of minutes, three other African American males came up behind […]

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SGA Called Into Question

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  By Paige Kube Editor-in-Chief Additional reporting by Emma Way Student Life Editor Senior and former senator from West Hall Oren Steinberg talked openly about the accountability of the Washington College Student Government Association (SGA) when he organized a “sit-in protest” against the SGA last Tuesday, Nov. 11. The protest took place during the open […]

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Shoremen Fall in Tournament Opener

Sports

By Brian Klose Elm Staff Writer    The Washington College Men’s Basketball team opened up their regular season as participants in the Division III Hampton Inn Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in Cresson, Pa. The Shoremen looked to start their season on a high note, but fell short in a close 72-68 loss to host school […]

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Examining Coaches Salary Gap

Sports

By Emma Way Student Life Editor    In the US, women earn an average of 77 cents for every dollar men earn, and athletics prove no exception. In many cases display they an even larger wage gap between genders. Washington College is leaps and bounds ahead of many other athletic departments around the country, but […]

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Crump Set to Make Her Debut

Sports

By Andy Chirico Elm Staff Writer    The Washington College women’s basketball team is heading into this season with new Assistant Coach Katie Crump. Crump was announced as part of the staff in August by Head Coach Alisha Mosley. Crump looks to assist the Shorewomen in improving from the previous season and adding some conference […]

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Women’s B-Ball Win Preseason Opener

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By Pat Mariboe Elm Staff Writer   The Shorewomen, who finished 7-17 overall last season, aim to improve on their record this season. The team, consisting of seven freshmen and six upperclassmen, intend to get their first win of the season on Saturday when they traveled to Mahwah, NJ to face off against Brooklyn College […]

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Bringing to Life Kamimura’s Thesis Production

Student Life

By Sabrina Carroll Elm Staff Writer   “The Man Who Turned Into a Stick,” a senior directing thesis by Tamayo Kamimura, was more than a man becoming an inanimate object. In the play composed of three one-acts, written by Kobo Abe, the three pieces were related to birth, life, and death. The play that “examined […]

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Family Matters in WC’s New Music Video

Student Life

By Brooke Schultz Elm Staff Writer   Washington College’s WACappella debuted another catchy tune titled “Come Join the Family” along with a brand new music video on Friday, Nov. 14. The video is a tool for the Admissions Department to show prospective students what WC is all about and came out just in time for […]

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GIS Student Workers: Mapping Out Their Future

Student Life

By Sabrina Carroll Elm Staff Writer   The term GIS Lab is constantly thrown around, but few can really explain what it means. From crime analysis to environmental mapping to virtual world development, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Lab does it all. Starting with the basics, Geographic Information Systems is a way of mapping data […]

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