Jesse McCartney’s College Tour

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Elm Staff Writer Actor and singer Jesse McCartney’s visit to Washington College on Friday was preceded by his appearances at a number of other campus venues on his 2017 college tour. “I’ve been touring colleges the past few years because that’s where my best and most loyal fans are these days. It’s always […]

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Mariboe’s Playoff Preview

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer The Washington College women’s tennis team is no stranger to the Centennial Conference Tournament, as the team will be participating in the postseason for the third consecutive season. In their last two playoff appearances, the Shorewomen made it all the way to the Championship Match, but lost on both occasions […]

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Jesse McCartney Comes to WC

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Photos courtesy of Chalisa Singh 

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Pet of the Week: Ty

News

By Madison Bendistis Elm Staff Writer Meet Ty, a pit bull available for adoption at the Humane Society of Kent County. Ty is a little over a year old, and he has a light brown coat and beautiful caramel eyes. Kennel Technician JP Hooker said, “Ty was surrendered by his previous owner. She had Multiple Sclerosis, […]

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Chic Choice

Lifestyle

By Joanna Sperapani News Editor Here pictured is sophomore Deaven Maull wearing a fun, summery outfit that will keep you looking cool and classy. Deaven is wearing an Urban Outfitters flowy, baby pink-orange dress that is easy to throw on. To keep the outfit functional, she has paired it with Birkenstocks. Happy almost summer, everyone. […]

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How to De-Stress

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer As finals approach, the stress levels rise among college students across the country. With the endless piles of papers, study guides, and group projects, stressing yourself out is inevitable. Yet, these stress levels can be managed if you take some time to relax. First, try to remind yourself that stressing […]

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Opinion Editor Says Goodbye

Opinion

By Brian Klose Former Opinion Editor If I could go back in time to tell little high school Brian that he would work with the college’s student newspaper for a majority of his time there, I would bet he look at me in disbelief and say, “That’s ridiculous, why would I do that?” To that I’d […]

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Taking a Look at Life After WC

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By Elijah McGuire-Berk Elm Staff Writer As another spring semester draws to a close, Washington College’s seniors will be graduating and moving on to new adventures. What seniors will be doing after college varies, but WC’s Center for Career Development is keeping track of what plans the soon-to-be graduating class has for their post-graduation lives. The […]

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SGA Bylaws Change for 2017-18

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By Cassandra Sottile Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s Student Government Association made changes to their constitution and bylaws, in a referendum on Friday, April 28. According to Parliamentarian Ashlyn Gardner, “The constitution and bylaws were amended to improve the overall coherence and clarity of the documents, with amendments primarily consisting of grammatical, usage, and technical fixes […]

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Hero of the Week: Washington College Women’s League

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By Rosie Alger Opinion Editor This issue’s Hero of the Week pays homage to the Washington College Women’s League for bringing us another semester of exam care packages, carefully packed and handed out with a smile in Hodson. These care packages have gotten many students through the trials and tribulations of studying for finals. With late night […]

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