Looking For the Best Pizza in Chestertown?

Student Life

By Anna Mayes Elm Staff Writer As broke college students, pizza is a necessity, especially on the weekends, however, eating in the dining hall can get old and sometimes it is nice to have a change of pace. There are five places in Chestertown where you can get pizza. This week, I tried all of […]

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Join the Global Fight to Eradicate Poverty

Student Life

By Caitlyn Maltese Student Life Editor Transfer student Haley Zullo from Virginia Commonwealth University is bringing Nourish International (NI) to Washington College. Zullo was active in the chapter at her former school and is excited about the opportunity to continue her work to eradicate poverty. She is majoring in environmental science and Spanish with a […]

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Harry Potter Takes Queen of the Roses 5k

Student Life

By georgia Stubbs Elm Staff Writer The sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi have added a magical twist to this year’s 9th annual Queen of the Roses 5k. As the event will occur in conjunction with Chestertown’s yearly Harry Potter Festival, race participants are encouraged to dress up as their favorite characters from the series. Those […]

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Alpha Chi Omega Hosts Cornhole for a Cause

Student Life

By Anna Mayes Elm Staff Writer This past Sunday, Alpha Chi Omega hosted a campus wide cornhole tournament with food, music and friends. Cornhole for a Cause was thrown by the sorority as campus outreach and partly as a philanthropy event. “We like being involved with Greek Life, but we love when we get to […]

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Deflating NFL’s Punishment Protocol: Tom Brady’s Controversy Calls League’s Handling of Misconduct Into Question

Opinion

By Amy Rudolph Elm Staff Writer There are cases that we hear about and often wonder how those of authority come to the decisions that they do. The Deflategate Scandal of 2015 has been thrust into the public eye for the last year and a half. Reports of ball tampering and arguments from both sides […]

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Politics Overshadow Syrian Refugee Crisis: German Chancellor, Government Mishandles Relocation of Syrian Refugees

Opinion

By Naomi Law Elm Staff Writer As a born and raised citizen of Europe, I have watched as the political and humanitarian landscape has changed in front of my eyes following the so called refugee crisis. The migration of asylum seekers from countries of conflict, predominantly Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, has dominated the media presence […]

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RiverFest Features Favorites, Light-up Fun

News

By Catalina Righter Editor-in-Chief The first cool temperatures of fall arrived this weekend, setting the mood for the annual Chestertown RiverFest and the coinciding Fall Family Weekend at Washington College. The events ran on Friday, Sept. 23 and Saturday, Sept. 24 and included an Illumination Ceremony & Dance Party, the dedication and oen house for […]

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SGA Corner Sept. 20

News

By Brooke Schultz News Editor New Business • There was a motion to recognize the American Marketing Association (AMA) as a club. AMA had been a club previously, but was dormant after a lack of interest. Due to the new marketing minor, members looked to have the club reinstated. The club plans to have a […]

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Humane Society Makes Upgrades

News

By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer For many years, The Humane Society of Kent County (HSKC) has been the local voice for animals, opening its doors to any lost furry friend that comes its way. The organization is the main Eastern Shore source for animal activism and information, offering both cats and dogs for adoption. […]

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Push for Waterfront Revitalization

News

By Elijah McGuire-Berk Web Editor In 2012, the town of Chestertown purchased the waterfront property at 211 S Water St. from its previous owners under  the condition that, should they sell it, it would not be resold before 2020. Chestertown is old, and as in every old town, structures break down, deteriorate, or just  need […]

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