In Memory of Louis Saunders: Celebration of Life for Former Buildings and Grounds Employee

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By Elijah McGuire-Berk Elm Staff Writer   Louis Edward Saunders, also known by his nickname “Lou,” was a Buildings and Grounds worker at Washington College from 1964-2010.  For 46 years he performed various jobs all around the College. Lecturer in Drama and  Technical Director of the Gibson Center for the Arts Larry Stahl said, “He […]

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Riverside Vape

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By Catalina Righter News Editor Riverside Vape is a purveyor of electronic cigarettes that opened this past September. It is owned by Cory L. Boynton, who runs the store on his own while also working at the Kent County Wastewater Management Department. In mid-March, hours at the shop will be expanding. It will be open […]

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Life of Cake

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By John Curran Elm Staff Writer As the newest location in town to grab a bite to eat, Life of Cake is looking to sate Chestertown’s hunger for something delicious. Offering a variety of meals from sandwiches to seafood dishes, to baked goods, Life of Cake is described by owner and head chef Aaron Wesley […]

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Asia and the US

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  By Molly Igoe Elms Staff Writer   The Goldstein Program in Public Affairs held a lecture entitled “The Growing Importance of Asia for the United States and Maryland” on Thursday, Feb. 18 in the Hynson Lounge. Three experts in Asian politics, Dr. Satu Limaye, Dr. Ellen L. Frost, and Dr. Matthew Daley, discussed how […]

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Familiar Faces Honored at 2015 Birthday Convocation

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By Emily Harris News Editor    Friday, Feb. 20 marked the celebration of George Washington’s Birthday Convocation in Decker Theatre. Just as in years past, convocation brings the Washington College community together to support the successes of individuals that excel and further the mission of the College. A number of faculty, staff, students, and guests […]

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Men’s Lax Prepares For Home Opener: Shoremen Face No.10 York and No.15 Washington & Lee to Open Season

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By Derek Stiles Sports Editor   The men’s lacrosse team has proven time and time again that they can recover from the loss of vital players and this year is no different. Despite losing first team All-Americans Hunter Nowicki and Casey McKnight (2014 Centennial Conference Offensive and Defensive Players, respectively), All-Americans Kodie Engelhart and Jim […]

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Shoremen Match Program-Best: Men’s Swimming Places Second at CC with 15 Medals

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By Pat Mariboe Elm Staff Writer   The Shoremen finished a dominant 5-1 season in the Centennial Conference last weekend  when they faced off against six other schools in the CC Championships. The Shoremen were looking to break their 20 year streak of not finishing in the top two spots when they travelled to Gettysburg, […]

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Basketball Comes to a Close

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By Andy Chirico Elm Staff Writer   The men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled over to Johns Hopkins and did not find much success. The Shorewomen fell by nine points, losing 66-55 and the Shoremen lost by 29 points with a final score of 87-58. Seniors Emily Hubley and Jackie O’Connell played their final game […]

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Your Nuts and Bolts of Sports:

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1. Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will miss the remainder of the season after developing blood clots on one of his lungs.   2. Confrontation between Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson’s agent and a Vikings official leaves Peterson’s return to Minnesota in doubt.   3. ESPN Draft analyst Todd McShay has FSU quarterback Jameis Winston […]

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Koch’s Corner

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Dual-sport athlete Emily Hubley talks with The Elm’s Chris Koch as she transitions from basketball to the beginning of lacrosse.  CK: You have just finished your senior season of basketball. What are your feelings after the winter as you head into lacrosse? EH: It is definitely a bittersweet feeling. I can’t believe my basketball career […]

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