“Macbeth” Reflects on Power Struggles

Student Life

By Anna Mayes Elm Staff Writer On Nov. 11-12, senior Kaitlyn Fowler brought William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” to campus for her senior directing thesis. “As a nation, and a world, we have spent the past year questioning who should have power and what that can mean for a country,” said Fowler. “I knew that either way, […]

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Fashion Show Muddles Victoria’s Secret’s Message

Opinion

By Amy Rudolph Elm Staff Writer Every February, a debate resurfaces regarding the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. While fans of the brand, models, an performers are elated to hear the themes and entertainment, others are outraged by what they believe to be the objectification of women and promotion of the “skinny norm.” Much of the […]

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Kaliakin’s Record-Breaking Career

Sports

By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Dimitri “Dima” Kaliakin may have played his last collegiate soccer game for the Shoremen a few weeks ago, but what the program will never forget is his accomplishments. The Shoremen finished the season with their best record since the year 2000, and qualified for the Centennial Conference Tournament for […]

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Trump and the LGBT Community

Opinion

By Rachael Walloga Elm Staff Writer “As president, I will do everything in my power to protect LGBTQ citizens from the violence and oppression of a hateful foreign ideology,” said Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention in June of 2016. President-elect Donald Trump often shows signs of waffling on issues facing the LGBT community. […]

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Hoops Starts Strong

Basketball, Sports

By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer In an exhibition game Wednesday Nov. 9, the Shorewomen basketball team hosted University of Wilmington Wildcats in a highly competitive game. The Wildcats had the lead, until the Shorewomen took control back between the third and forth quarters. The Wildcats would not let the game end with a Shorewomen […]

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Davis Named to North/South All Star Team

Sports

By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor Despite the end of the field hockey season in late October, senior Elizabeth Davis will get to lace up for one more game. Davis was chosen by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association to play in the North/South Senior Game, this Saturday. She will join 60 other players at William […]

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Coloring Chestertown

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Elm Staff Writer Adult coloring books can be found in almost any bookstore, but now select stores carry Chestertown’s own version. During November’s First Friday, the new local coloring book “Local Color: The Chestertown Coloring Book” was released. The inspiration for the project is the current trend of adult coloring books, which […]

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Boyle Steps Away From Program

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer Shorewomen Field Hockey Head Coach Rachel Boyle finished her coaching career in style, as she led her team to a 6-0 win over Ursinus on Oct. 29. Boyle announced on Monday that she would be leaving Washington College and pursuing other endeavors. Boyle spent the first two of her […]

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Shoremadness Soars

Basketball, Sports

By Zach Shaw Elm Staff Writer The first event of Shore Madness kicked off on Nov. 10. Shore Madness was billed as a promotion for both men’s and women’s basketball programs before the season opener. The night included an intersquad scrimmage, a three-point contest amongst the fans and the players, a half-court shot contest, a […]

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Parking Creates Problems at WC

News

By Brooke Schultz News Editor With a small population of students, finding where to park can be quite a problem. “Obviously, on any college campus, parking is something that has to be managed,” said Director of Public Safety Gerald Roderick. “Everybody wants to park conveniently to their class or office, wherever they work or study.” […]

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