A Goose and A Gander

Lifestyle

by Nick Anstett and Kayla Kyle Opinion Editor and Lifestyle Editor This week Nick and Kayla are discussing that dreaded time of realtionships over the summer. What do you do when you go from seeing each other everyday then possibly not again until school starts again in August? Nick says… It’s weird in that exempting […]

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Summer Films

Lifestyle

By Nick Anstett Opinion Editor Next to Oscar season there is no bigger time for film than the summer. The summer blockbusters that will thrill us, make us cheer, and define our culture for months to come are just around the corner. Here are the big ones to look out for this year. May: • […]

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Chic Choice: Matt Ridge’s Goodbye

Lifestyle

By Matt Ridge Elm Staff Writer For my final Elm article of my career I decided to showcase myself to help summarize my outlook on all things style. My hope is that by getting an understanding of my fashion choices not only through this article but from all of my articles, you’ll be able to […]

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Senior Capstone Review: Henry V

Student Life

By Sabrina Carroll Student Life Editor Washington College has a multitude of performances each semester that bring something special to the community. One of these performances was “Henry V,” a senior thesis production by Nicholas O’Meally. O’Meally had a special reason for choosing “Henry V” as his senior capstone show. “During my sophomore year, I […]

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Finals Study Tips

Student Life

By Rosie Alger Elm Staff Writer The end of the semester is almost upon Washington College students, and the idea of finals week is looming ahead. If you often find yourself frantically cramming at the last minute, here are some tips for how to do well on exams while relieving stress. 1. Find your study […]

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Featured Major: Anthropology

Student Life

By Brooke Schultz Elm Staff Writer Washington College offers students numerous opportunities to explore their interests, and those who are fascinated by cultures around the world and in our backyard should definitely consider declaring anthropology  as their major. “Anthropology is the study of humanity,” Dr. Aaron Lampman, chair of the Anthropology Department, said. “Anthropology has […]

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Rugby Club Celebrates 25 Years In Chestertown

Sports

By Derek Stiles Elm Staff Writer This upcoming Saturday on April 25, Washington College’s rugby club will be commemorating their 25th anniversary as alumni return to campus to watch the team compete. The team didn’t always compete on campus. They dealt with their fair share of obstacles in becoming a mainstay of WC’s athletic clubs. […]

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WC Tennis Shines in Conference Play

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Elm Staff Writer The Washington College men’s and women’s tennis teams both have built successful campaigns so far this season, with the Shoremen posting a 10-4 overall record, 4-3 in the Centennial Conference, and the Shorewomen posting an 12-2 overall record and a 7-1 record in the CC. Both teams are working […]

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WC And Nugent Part Ways

Sports

By Andy Chirico Elm Staff Writer After 14 consecutive seasons as the Washington College Men’s Basketball head coach, Rob Nugent says goodbye to the program. The announcement was made on March 25, but rumors were buzzing around that the program was in search for a new head coach to rebuild the program. Nugent was initially […]

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Seagulls Soar Past Shoremen

Sports

By Brian Klose Sports Editor After the demoralizing 9-1 loss to Centennial Conference rival Dickinson College, the worst performance against a Division III program in over half a century, injury-plagued Washington College men’s lacrosse was handed a brutal defeat against visiting Eastern Shore rival No. 10 Salisbury. The Annual “War on the Shore” ended in […]

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