Art Historian Analyzes the “Moment of the Fall”

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On April 17 in Decker Theatre, the Victor S. Thomas Professor of the History of Art and Architecture and Senior Fellow at the Society of Fellows at Harvard University Joseph Koerner visited Washington College to discuss the “Moment of the Fall: the Ethical Challenge of Adam and Eve in […]

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SGA Corner April 18

News

By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer Class elections have been moved to April 28. On Friday, April 21, there was a survery distributed on bike racks, and where students would like to see them. $550 was allocated to the Black Student Union for their trip to King’s Dominion. $205 was allocated to WIGS for their […]

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SEA Strives to Educate on Food Waste

News

By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer Members of the Student Environmental Alliance (SEA) have spent hours engaging students to separate compostable materials from other food. This is one of the first steps in an overarching SEA plan to create an efficient composting program here at Washington College. Lately, the SEA has been dedicated to the […]

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SGA Settles Conflict

News

By Molly Igoe and Brooke Schultz News Editors At the start of last semester, concerns were raised regarding how former Student Government Association (SGA) President Taylor Frey handled SGA funds. The case has officially been investigated, and Frey was found innocent of any wrongdoing. “When these allegations were made…the Business Office, in collaboration with Student […]

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Meet Coach Tom Reilly

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer On Jan. 24, the Washington College Athletics Department announced that women’s soccer Head Coach Kerry Smith would be departing from her position. Smith, who failed to coach her side to a single Centennial Conference in her time at WC, led the team for the past three seasons. Nearly two […]

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VA Tech Student Papers Stolen

Opinion

By Connor Mitchell SPLC Staff Writer Article was originally published April 4, 2017 Somewhere between 900 to 1,200 newspapers were stolen from the Virginia Tech campus last week after a seemingly routine update to a local murder trial involving two former university students. Andrea Pappas, editor-in-chief of the Collegiate Times, said newspaper staffers noticed late […]

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How Much Do You Whey?: Get the Scoop on the Best Protein Shake Recipes

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Protein shakes are a great way to fuel your body post-workout. The best way to consume protein is through solid foods, but getting around 45-56 grams into your diet each day can prove challenging, which is why a quick shake is an easy way to meet your goals. Protein […]

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The Return of the Blues: Revitalized Jazz in Modern Music

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Elm Staff Writer Though the jazz age of the Roaring Twenties has long passed, jazz’s influence on modern music all around the world is still undeniably potent. To some, jazz may seem like an artifact of a bygone era, something with a place today only in hotel lounges and oldies stations on […]

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Raising Awareness for Days for Girls

Student Life

by Brooke Schultz News Editor It’s hard to miss the facts when the message is plastered to menstrual hygiene products adorning the doors of Hodson Hall. The display comes from an assignment in Dr. Christine Wade’s Human Rights and Social Justice course, which asks students to bring awareness on campus to a campaign of their […]

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Hero of the Week: Starbucks

Opinion

By Brian Klose Opinion Editor This issue’s Hero of the Week honors supreme coffee overlord Starbucks and its latest concoction, the unicorn frappucino. Having already ended its lifespan as of April 23, the drink now lives in legend, leaving only traces of its brief but beautiful existence on social media. The drink, according to Starbucks, […]

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