The Productivity Disease Sweeps Across Campuses

Lifestyle

By Onion Drinkswater Stump Staff Writer Attention: all college students. A new highly infectious disease is sweeping college campuses across the nation. Known to the medical community as “morbo maxime efficiens,” the media has dubbed this extremely dangerous pathogen the productivity disease. President Barack Obama declared a national state of emergency as a growing number […]

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The Goose and the Gander: Let’s talk about the new Netflix dating site

Lifestyle

By Archangel Gabriel and DJ Young Gun Stump Staff Writers Looking to find that special someone, but hate all of the dating sites? Don’t fret. Netflix just added a new dating section to their site. Archangel Gabriel gives us an overview on how the site works while DJ Young Gun gives us his own experience […]

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Chic Choice: Bryan Baquer’s Mustache

Lifestyle

By Remie Turner Stump Staff Writer The hottest trend on the tip of everyone’s tongue that is making everyone’s hair stand on end is, of course, facial hair. Nothing screams style and sophistication like a voluminous beard or a mustache with a perfect twirl. Washington College has its very own style icon—the best mustache on […]

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A Letter to the Editor: In Appreciation for “Fenruary”

Opinion

Dear Stump Staff and Editors, I don’t know if you are aware of this, but the work you have put into your paper this semester has truly touched me. While it may have seemed like a simple typographical error to many of your readers, the acknowledgment of my sacred holiday of “Fenruary” within the pages […]

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2016: Election Takes a Tumultuous Turn

Opinion

By Veritably Veronica A Trustful, Truthful Person As the primaries for the 2016 election rage on, America is facing a difficult choice. With so many strong, capable candidates, many American’s are asking, “Do I only get to choose one?” Conservative voters have the hardest choice to make as it is clear that the entire ballot […]

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New Evidence Confirms Fact

Opinion

By Rose Algae  Green Liquid As social media platforms rise in popularity and the Internet takes on a culture of its own, many people are speaking up and voicing their own opinions, that can spark debates that can cross international borders. With all of this upheaval, it is tempting to think you know what you’re […]

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Ring That Bell!

Sports

  Meet Goose Nation’s unsung hero: the bell outside the Casey Swim Center. The Stump recently caught up with our favorite brass bro and asked it about everything from sports to love to televsion. Read on and learn some very interesting and eye-opening life lessons. Q: So bell, what’s been your favorite “Ring that bell!” […]

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Casey Icerink To Open Soon

Sports

By Point After Touchdown Señor Spaghetti The Washington College community was shocked last week when Athletic Director John Johnson announced that the newly renovated Casey Swim Center will be replaced with an ice hockey rink in preparation for WC’s men’s hockey program next fall. The year long, $2 million project that added new dressing rooms […]

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Washington Welcomes Pirates

Sports

By Lizard Person Resident Lizard Person Spring has sprung on Washington College’s campus which means a myriad of outdoor activities and sporting events are giving students plenty of opportunities to take advantage of the wonderful weather. With this in mind, WC administration and athletics department are excited to announce that Chestertown will host prestigious Maryland […]

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Shoremen Teased With DI Benefits

Sports

By Brutus Buckeye Senior Citizen After several years of discussions, the athletic department announced that all Washington College athletes will begin to receive Division I perks this upcoming fall of 2016. Big Pockets, WC’s athletic director made the announcement this past Wednesday evening at his weekly press conference which was covered by The Stump Sports […]

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