Public Safety Report: 11/15-11/28

News

A case of FALSE GOVERNMENT ID was reported on 11/5 at 8 a.m. The incident was discovered on 11/5 at 8 a.m. in Wicomico. The case has been closed. A THEFT was reported on 11/16 at 10:36 a.m. The incident occurred between 10/27 and 11/16 in Corsica. The case remains open. A BURGLARY was reported […]

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Buck Balances Two Sports and Then Some

Sports

By Sophie Grabiec Elm Staff Writer Sophomore Kasey Buck just finished her second field hockey season and is looking forward to spring for her second softball season at Washington College. She has some insight into what it means to be a dual sport athlete. Playing one collegiate sport while tackling academic demands can be challenging, […]

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Guide To Holiday Shopping in Chestertown

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Incoming Student Life Editor The holidays are upon us, and for many people this means that the search to find the perfect gift for friends and family has already begun. College makes it hard for students to afford some high-end things, and living in a small town like Chestertown limits many students’ […]

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Centering: Life + Art – 100 Years

Pat Nugent Talks New Position

News

By Molly Igoe News Editor Pat Nugent, the new deputy director of the C.V. Starr Center for the study of the American Experience, was drawn to Washington College because of the promise of working closely with Starr Center colleagues. This way they work to develop interdisciplinary programs and projects, as well as organize road trips […]

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‘Tis the Season for Some Nice, Hot Cocoa: Here’s a Ranking of Hot Chocolates That You Can Grab On the Road To-Go

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Incoming Student Life Editor While on Thanksgiving break, I was able to visit a few different spots to scope out some holiday beverages, including hot chocolate. Sheetz Caramel Hot Chocolate At Sheetz gas station, there are plenty of options to choose for food or drink. They have touchscreen order stations where the […]

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Farewell to the Coolest Leader in the Land

Opinion

By Brian Klose Opinion Editor Barack Obama has been my president for as long as I can remember. Sure, technically, at 22 years old, I’ve also lived through  part of the Bill Clinton adminstration and all of the Geogre W. Bush administration, growing up during the height of 21st century patriotism and struggle for homeland […]

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Why the Odd, Bright Hair Color?

Student Life

By Brian Brecker Elm Staff Writer You may have noticed the trend of young college students dying their hair every color of the rainbow. Moving from high school where often dress codes are strictly enforced to college can be jarring to say the least. The casual attitude of the average college student and their pride […]

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Grundy Scores 21

Basketball, Sports

By Zach Shaw Elm Staff Writer The Washington College Shorewomen basketball team hoped to build upon their momentum after finishing second at the Pepsi Tip-Off Tournament two weekends ago, but lost a close game to the Swarthmore College Garnet falling 77-70, on Nov. 22. The Swarthmore College Garnet (1-3) rode a 13-0 lead in the […]

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Pet of the Week: Chance

News

By Madison Bendistis Elm Staff Writer This week, meet Chance. Chance is an adoptable three-and-a-half-year-old pit bull at the Humane Society of Kent County. Chance has brown fur, beautiful eyes, and a sweet soul. Kennel technician Terry Lindsey Jr. said that Chance is, “a very good dog, just nervous. After a treat or two, however, […]

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