Shorewomen Place 7th at CC: Underclassmen Lead the Way for WC at Championships

Sports

By Brian Klose Elm Staff Writer    The Washington College women’s swim team finished their season this weekend at the Centennial Conference Championships hosted by Gettysburg College. The Shorewomen kept up their competitive spirit throughout the three-day event and finished the weekend with 289 points and placed seventh overall in the meet. Many of WC’s […]

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How To Properly Detox Your Body From The Weekend

Lifestyle

By Cristin Lalone Elm Staff Writer   Detoxing is a word that people can think of in different ways. Two of these ways are detoxing to get rid of toxins and bad foods in your systems and the other ways is to get rid of alcohol and its after effects. To 84 percent of college […]

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“Kingsman: The Secret Service”

Lifestyle

By Nick Anstett Elm Staff Writer   Colin Firth’s suit clad spy, Galahad, sits across from a flat brimmed technocrat with a lisp played by Samuel L. Jackson as the two of them dine on a high class meal of McDonald’s Happy Meals served to them by an assassin with blades for legs. Jackson’s Valentine […]

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WC Concert Series

Lifestyle

By Hailli Woo Lifestyle Editor   Thursday, Feb. 11, the critically-acclaimed American Spiritual Ensemble filled Decker Theater with their soulful and graceful voices.  This group travels around the globe and brings audiences to their feet with their historic spirituals. While many students were required to attend the concert, there were also many people from the […]

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In ‘N’ Out Of Style

Lifestyle

By Matt Ridge Elm Staff Writer   Sometimes knowing what is and what is not in style can be difficult to not only follow but to understand. Often times things as specific as the color of clothing and accessories can be what makes something stylish or “last season” as they say in the fashion world. […]

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The Cure to Hangovers: What Works and What Is Just a Myth

Lifestyle

By Kylie Hargrave Elm Staff Writer   It’s been a while since Birthday Ball now, but I wouldn’t be surprised to still find people wearing glasses inside with one hand clutched around their head and the other over their stomach. It’s the dreaded hangover, and it claimed several victims this year after the weekend of […]

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A Goose and A Gander: Let’s talk about sex… and relationships, and dating, and everything in between!

Lifestyle

By Nick Anstett and Kaitlyn Fowler Elm Staff Writers   This week Nick and Kaitlyn are discussing that morning after Birthday Ball. How was your morning after? Was it as awkward as you thought it would be? Next week, Nick and Kaitlyn are going to talk about how to go about getting a spring break […]

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NBC Anchor Brian Williams Under Fire

Opinion

By Emma Buchman Opinion Editor   The journalism world just cannot catch a break right now. NBC’s “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams is the center of a public scandal after he admitted that his much-told story of his helicopter being downed by a rocket-propelled grenade during the Iraq War was exaggerated (to say the least). […]

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Gender Neutral Pronouns in College

Opinion

By Sabrina Carroll Student Life Editor   The fact that more than two genders exist is becoming universally known. Gender identities other than strictly male or female are being seen in the media with shows like “Orange is the New Black” and “Glee,” as well as with celebrities like Laverne Cox. Universities around the country […]

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New Year, Same Me

Opinion

By Erin Bloodgood Elm Staff Writer   Every year since the 7th grade, I’ve been telling myself that I need to get in shape. I needed to work on my exercise and eating habits and this year I’m finally buttoning down and doing it (don’t judge me for taking this long to do it; change […]

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