Leading the Gay Civil Rights Movement

News

By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer On Tuesday, Sept. 30 Washington College hosted 2016 Patrick Henry Fellow, the esteemed LGBT rights historian David Carter, for a talk entitled “The Gay Civil Rights Revolution: An Unlikely Hero” in Hynson Lounge. The talk focused on the life and work of the little-known but extremely influential Frank Kameny, the […]

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SGA Changes Leave Many Frustrated

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By Brooke Schultz and Molly Igoe News Editors Recent changes to the Student Government Association’s budget and structure have raised questions from Washington College students and caused some members of the organization to hand in their resignations after three positions receieved pay raises while most other members faced a pay cut. Former SGA Parliamentarian Samson […]

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Shoremen Undefeated In CC Play

Sports

By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer WC opened the week with a 2-0 non-conference shutout victory over visiting Wesley College. This game marked the first time this season in back to back games that WC scored goals and also prevailed with wins. Wesley was never able to settle into the game and get comfortable as […]

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Mariboe’s Moments: September Edition

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer 1. Men’s Soccer 2-1 Victory vs. Dickinson The stage was set for the Shoremen as they faced off against Dickinson in their Centennial Conference opener on Sept. 17. Heading into the contest, the Shoremen hadn’t beaten the Red Devils in nine straight games and also hadn’t won their Conference […]

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Hall of Fame Induction This Saturday

Sports

            By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor In the midst of all Fall athletics competing for Centennial Conference playoff berths, the Washington College Athletics department will hold their 36th annual Athletic Hall of Fame Celebration. There will be 13 new inductees welcomed on Saturday, Oct. 1. This year’s class is a […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Laura Tocci

Sports

By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Laura Tocci originates from New Hope, Pa. She plays midfield and is a senior captain for the Washington College Shorewomen soccer team. Laura’s stellar work ethic has translated into her leadership qualities on and off the field. Laura is a Psychology major and a Student-Athlete Mentor. As a freshman, […]

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Shorewomen Look To Bounce Back

Sports

By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor A month into their season, the Washington College volleyball team keeps their record one game above .500 despite losing three straight matches this past week to Arcadia, Catholic, and Gettysburg. In order, WC lost the three matches 3-2, 3-0, and 3-1. Heading into the week of three games, two of […]

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Concrete Fields

Lifestyle

By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer For this installment of Concrete Fields, we are celebrating the beginning of fall by showing you how to create a festive, autumn look. Although the weather might still be warm, it’s officially time to bring out your boots and sweaters! Sophomore Deaven Maull is wearing short brown leather Frye […]

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“Where Are You From?”: An Asian-American student questions the question

Lifestyle

By Christine Rhee Elm Staff Writer I always fear being asked, “Where are you from?” What does it mean, anyway? If it’s where I was born, then easy: New Jersey. Technically, I’ve lived there for the majority of my life: twelve out of twenty years. Sixty percent. That’s the place one would expect that I […]

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Just a Goose: How to avoid “Couple Coma”

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Getting involved in a relationship with someone can be a great way to explore yourself and others; however, there is often a point at which people get too comfortable with their significant other. This period of time is known as a relationship coma and can be especially damaging to […]

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