“Hamilton” Transcends Broadway

Opinion

Tickets for Broadway’s “Hamilton” are sold out through the fall, and still the mania continues.

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Food Critique: Eating at The Kitchen in The Imperial

Lifestyle

By Sabrina Carroll Student Life Editor Chestertown has quite a few restaurants and cafes that students like to visit when going out with friends, when family visit, or for other special occasions. While The Fish Whistle and The Lemon Leaf are common go-to’s, you might want to consider somewhere else for a change of pace. […]

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Update on Construction of New Dorm Building, Corisca Hall

Student Life

By Caitlyn Maltese Student Life Editor Throughout the site, on a typical day, everyone is hard at work. Crew members lift gallons of paint through a window three stories up with a cherry picker, and workers forgo ladders for metal stilts that allow them to remain higher up. The construction to Corsica Hall is on […]

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“No Booze for Freshman”

Student Life

By Carson Thomas Elm Staff Writer On Saturday, April 30 at a to-be-announced location there will be a reunion screening of the “No Booze” triology. In the fall of 2013, gangly underclassmen Nick Anstett, senior, and Austin Lewis, class of 2015, decided to make a movie. The Washington College Multimedia Production Center was hosting their […]

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Spring Playoff Picture Sharpens

Sports

  By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor Softball: The Shorewomen softball team currently sit in first place in the Centennial Conference with a 10-4 record in conference play. Sitting right under WC are Gettysburg College and McDaniel College, both holding a 9-5-conference record. After splitting a doubleheader with the Gettysburg Bullets, WC swept Swathmore College on […]

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MD Primary To Fill Legendary Seat

Opinion

By Tori Venable Elm Staff Writer This past Tuesday’s primary in Maryland determined more than just the Maryland delegate allocation for the presidential primaries. In 2016, the election also decided the nominee for the general election for who will fill Sen. Mikulski’s empty Senate seat. Sen. Barbara Mikulski, who announced retirement plans last year, will […]

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Editor-in-Chief Says Goodbye

News

By Emma Way Outgoing Editor-in-Chief To get into the Sears Publishing House, or the Pub House, you first have to jimmy your way in the door and wiggle the key around the rusty keyhole until there’s a click. Then you turn the knob carefully so it won’t fall off and enter. I was running late […]

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Pet of the Week: Angel

News

By Meaghan Menzel Copy Editor Also known as the “Pocket Pit,” or as Kennel Technician JP Hooker calls her, one of the “Itty Bitty Pitty Committee,” Angel is a two-and-a-half-year-old Staffordshire and Bull terrier mix who arrived at the Humane Society of Kent County Dec. 31. According to Hooker, “She was seized, meaning we went […]

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So Long, Farewell, and All That Jazz

News

By Meaghan Menzel Copy Editor I think my inspiration to go to college, next to my parents of course, may have been reading “Anne of Green Gables.” It just always amazed me that this imaginative, accident-prone red-head was also a smart, hardworking girl who thrived in college. The summer I began to prepare and brace […]

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Get Lost in the Eyre Affair

News

By Brooke Schultz News Editor What happens when you can literally get lost in a book? Jasper Fforde answers that question in his debut novel “The Eyre Affair.” Thanks to Professor Brendon Fox, that novel is coming to the stage at Washington College for the first time ever. It was 2007 when Fox first entered […]

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