Phone Thefts Continue in On-Campus Facilities

News

By Elijah McGuire-Berk Web Editor Since the start of 2017, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) has reported seven phones stolen at Washington College. Five phones were reported stolen from either Hodson Hall, Cain Gym, or the Casey Swim Center. The remaining were stolen from the Johnson Fitness Center. Public Safety Director Gerald Roderick noted […]

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The Novick Twins Look to Finish Strong

Sports

By Zack Shaw Elm Staff Writer The Novick family has taken over the Washington College men’s tennis team. The oldest, Joel Novick attended Washington College followed by his twin brothers, Zack and Jeremy Novick. The twins have had great tennis careers. The two found the same love for WC when they were recruited back in […]

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Baseball Battles in Conference: Mikulus, Robertson Have Standout Games On, Off the Mound

Sports

By John Niswander Elm Staff Writer Baseball played a home and home against McDaniel last week, with the home school winning in each game. WC won the first game on home soil Tuesday by a score of 3-1. McDaniel avenged the loss when they hosted Friday night by a score of 13-6. Junior pitcher P.J. […]

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Pet of the Week: JD

News

By Madison Bendistis Elm Staff Writer Meet JD, a three-and-a-half-year-old Pitbull available for adoption at the Humane Society of Kent County. “The first thing that catches your eye about JD is his looks,” Kennel Technician JP Hooker, said. “He has a beautiful blue and white coat and he is tall, long, and lean.” JD has […]

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Airsoft Guns Reported: Possession of Weapon Breaks College Policy

News

By Elijah McGuire-Berk Web Editor The Department of Public Safety (DPS) found several students in possession of airsoft guns, which is a breach of College policy. In the email sent out to the campus community on April 14, DPS included the policy for Fireworks, Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, or Other Weapons, which states that an item […]

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A Sobering Reminder: Turning Up the Fun Without Alcohol

Lifestyle

By Brian Brecker Elm Staff Writer There’s nothing wrong with a bit of alcohol during a social event, given you’re the legal drinking age. Alcohol can help soothe the nerves and open yourself up to having a better time. Ideally, one should not require alcohol or other drugs to have a good time. In a […]

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Suspicious Vehicle Approaches Students

News

By Amy Rudolph Elm Staff Writer On April 13, Director of Public Safety Gerald Roderick sent out an alert about a suspicious person offering students rides back to campus. According to the email, the first incident took place near Kent Plaza, and the other along Route 291. The student from the first incident reported they […]

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Public Safety Report: 4/18 – 4/24

News

A THEFT was reported on 4/19 at 7 p.m. The incident occurred between 4/16 at 9 p.m. and 4/19 at 9 p.m. in the Western shore lot. The case is closed. A HIT AND RUN was reported on 4/23 on 8:10 p.m. The incident occurred between 4/21 at 6 p.m. and 4/23 at 8 p.m. […]

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The Ultimate College Bucket List

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Regardless of whether you are a freshman or are going to be a senior next fall, every student has thought about what they want to accomplish while attending college. Most of these goals include graduating, acing finals, and getting the “full college experience,” but what about the not-so-obvious? College […]

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Hernandez Subject of Mockery: Recent Death of Ex-NFL Player Subject to Tasteless Commentary

Opinion

By Amy Rudolph Elm Staff Writer Aaron Hernandez’s face has appeared on our screens in a variety of contexts since he rose to fame as a tight end for the New England Patriots. Hernandez was a great player, a favorite for fantasy teams, and an absolute powerhouse on the field. Thus, his fall from grace […]

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