“A Streetcar Named Desire” Came to WC Stage: A Review

Student Life

By: Brooke Schultz Whether they have seen it or not, “A Streetcar Named Desire” reminds people of the famous line, “Stella!” There’s more to the production than a screamed named, however. “I was not very familiar with the play before I read it,” senior director Amanda Klute said, who made the connection because of the […]

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Alumni Panels Give Insight Into Life after WC

Student Life

By: Brooke Schultz Volunteer Coordinator Jennifer Hutton was inspired to create Path to Passion after watching her son search through colleges, trying to find the right fit. He wanted to major in economics, but didn’t want to work in a bank. So Path to Passion was born, showing students what Washington College alumni can do […]

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Knopsnyder Wraps Up Comedy Week with Laughs

Student Life

By Leslie Collins On Friday, Nov. 13 comedian Derrick Knopsnyder made an appearance on campus as part of Comedy Week and dazzled students with his humor. There were multiple events for Comedy Week throughout the week, and Knopsynder wrapped everything up with his show. Knopsnyder has been doing stand-up comedy since 2010. He has performed […]

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Drinking Differences Between the US and UK

Student Life

By: Emma Buchman Whenever college life is involved there is always one activity that you can count on everyone participating in, drinking. Whether you’re the beer pong master or the designated driver, alcohol is always an element that accompanies every college career. In the UK it is no different. In fact, there are even fewer […]

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Community, Not the Campus, Helps Student’s With Disabilities

Opinion

I have a unique perspective of this campus and the people on it because as, a senior, I can look back and reflect on my time here. When I arrived on campus my freshman year, I was a relatively normal and healthy 18-year-old with complete mobility. I fell in love with Washington College because of […]

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The Lack of Familial Love in Hazing

Opinion

I tend to feel homesick, especially during the holidays. Living on the opposite side of the world means that the journey home is long, expensive, and not worth going through for short breaks like Thanksgiving. I wanted to join a sorority to have a home away from home. I wanted to be around like-minded individuals […]

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UFO Sightings in California: Astronomical Anomalies

Opinion

By: Rosie Alger Saturday, Nov. 7, marked an interesting and odd occurrence for southern Californian residents. A mysterious blue and white light silently streaked across the sky, causing an uproar in social media attention and concerned phone calls to local law enforcement. It seemed to many that alien life forms may have tried to make […]

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Changes in One Child Policy Aim to Change China’s Future

Opinion

By: Emily Moran A few weeks ago, the Chinese government announced that it is terminating its infamous one-child policy in favor of a new law allowing families to raise up to two children. The notorious policy was abandoned over worries of an increasingly aging and declining population and growing concerns over a labor shortage. The […]

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One Year Later: The NFL and Domestic Violence

Sports

By Erik Helmle As professional athletes making millions of dollars, National Football League players find themselves placed in the spotlight every day. If they say one a word out of turnanything unrehearsed, they can face punishment from the league ranging from a monetary fine to suspension. The contract that a player signs when he enters […]

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NFL Midseason Review

Sports

By Erik Helmle With the close of Week 10 of the National Football League’s regular season, we tend to reflect upon our preseason predictions for the season. Some of the then-realistic predictions included the Patriots falling to one of the completely loaded AFC East teams, the Colts going 15-1, the Steelers dominating the entire NFL, […]

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