Is the Peaceful Assembly of Hate Groups Possible? Rallies, Demonstrations, Protests and Counter-protests Around Race in America

Opinion

By Rosie Alger Opinion Editor The First Amendment in the U.S. Bill of Rights protects the right to peaceably assemble. For years, protesters and demonstrators have had to fight to maintain this right, especially when their sentiment is anti-government or anti-police. Famously, protesters during the Civil Rights era were sprayed with firehoses, or otherwise attacked […]

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New Faces Lead Shorewomen

Uncategorized

By Andrew Chirico  Business Manager When the Shorewomen field hockey team steps on the field this season things will be different. Following last season in November, former Head Coach Rachel Boyle, who spent 17 seasons with the program, announced her departure. It took Washinton College just two months to announce their new head coach, Anne […]

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GEO Website Gets a Makeover

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor The Global Education Office has arrived in the 21st century with the advent of their new online study abroad catalog. Alexandra Levy, the coordinator of study abroad in the GEO, collaborated with the software company Terra Dotta to enhance students’ study abroad application experience. Some of the changes include […]

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College Hack: Make Dorms Liveable at WC

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer So you have moved into your new building on campus—but whether you are a freshman entering a new world or an upperclassman returning to live with old friends, you can implement various tips and tricks to make your dorm or suite feel more spacious and cozy. One of the […]

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Smoothie Bowl Goals

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Eating the same dining hall scrambled eggs and bacon every morning for breakfast becomes repetitive and boring. Despite the improvements in Hodson, only so many food options can be served. When you find yourself lacking variety, try preparing an Instagram-worthy smoothie bowl. In fact, the dining hall has several […]

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Dining Hall Cooks Up More Changes

News

By Molly Igoe News Editor While students were away on break, the dining hall staff was hard at work implementing major changes to Hodson’s physical layout, food, and meal plan options. One of the most notable differences is with the meal plans. Director of Dining Services Don Stanwick discussed some of the challenges they faced […]

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Men’s Soccer Aims to Start Strong

Sports

By Josh Niswander Elm Staff Writer The Shoremen aim to start strong this season after all of last year’s successes. Last year, Head Coach Roy Dunshee’s team concluded their most successful season since 2000, finishing with a record of 10-7-2. The team qualified for the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time in school history, after […]

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Volleyball Captains Ready for Season

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer After posting a 1-6 record at home and failing to qualify for the Centennial Conference playoffs last season, Washington College women’s volleyball Head Coach Jamie Leventry is hoping to get the season off to a running start with the help of a newly elected senior captain trio Taylor Horan, Sarah […]

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Academic Perfection Can Hinder Student Health

Opinion

By Olivia Libowitz Elm Staff Writer I am an incredibly average student. There was a time in my life where this would have bothered me, induced panic attacks, and made me worry about how I’d hold up in the real world with a sub-par GPA. Now, I’ve almost reached the apex of my college career, and […]

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More College Students Risk Alcohol Abuse: How Partying Culture Masks Dangerous Tendencies

Opinion

By Molly Igoe News Editor If you’re in college, you’ve probably heard terms like “plastered, wasted, smashed, or toasted” to describe someone who has had too much to drink. These phrases sound light-heart- ed, even funny. Rarely will a college student hear the word alcoholic, and if they do, it’s almost always in a flippant […]

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