Lifestyle Editor, Dan Teano, Says Goodbye

Lifestyle

By Dan Teano Former Lifestyle Editor My first experience with The Elm was not a positive one. In fact, after seeing my article in print, I wanted to quit immediately. I couldn’t, though. I needed to write and also, I needed to be forced to do so. If it wasn’t for my friend, Faith, who […]

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WC Needs Better Student Parking Options

Opinion

By Stephaney Wilson Elm Staff Writer It was my first semester as a Washington College sophomore, and I had just recently moved into Harford for the year. As I settled myself behind the desk and looked out the window at the Harford parking lot, I remembered thinking to myself how crowded the lot look compared to the […]

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Shoremen End Season

Sports

By Louis Galdos Elm Staff Writer Last week the Washington College men’s lacrosse team lost both home conference games against Swarthmore College and Gettysburg College.  The first game, on Wednesday, April 25, was highly competitive from start to finish. Swarthmore had the lead the entire game as the Shoremen played catch-up. Swarthmore won 15-8.        […]

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The Elm Welcomes the 2018-2019 Editorial Staff

News

By Brooke Schultz Former Editor-in-Chief With sophomore Abby Wargo stepping up as editor-in-chief, The Elm welcomes its 2018-19 staff. “I’m excited for the opportunity to serve as EIC as a junior. I’m looking forward to working with the new staff to make this paper the best it can be,” Wargo said. Lori Wysong, junior, and Cassy […]

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Not Just for Audiophiles: Comparing the Costs and Benefits of Different Headphones

Lifestyle

By Brian Brecker Senior Writer Headphones can cost you a lot of money. Some of the higher end models like the HiFiMan SUSVARA can cost upwards of $6000. However, unless you have that kind of money to spend on audio tech, this will be out of your price range. There’s a myth that if you […]

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Brooke Schultz, Former Editor-in-Chief, Departing from The Elm

Opinion

By Brooke Schultz Former Editor-in-Chief Freshman year, as I was meeting with my advisor, he suggested I get involved somewhere on campus. I said that I had decided to write for The Elm, which was the one thing I knew that I wanted to do for certain when I came into Washington College. I had worked […]

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Phil Sicker Discusses Surveillance in James Joyce Novels

News

By Taylor Patterson Elm Staff Writer On Wednesday, April 25, Dr. Philip Sicker’s talk “In the Eyes of God: Surveillance and Being in Joyce’s ‘Portrait of the Artist’ and ‘Ulysses,’” was hosted in the Rose O’Neill Literary House. Sicker presented some of his newest research on James Joyce’s works. Joyce was an Irish novelist and short […]

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Goodbye, From Graduating Senior Jack Despeaux, Student Life Editor

Student Life

By Jack Despeaux Former Student Life Editor I only said hello a few months ago, but now I must say goodbye. As Student Life Editor, I worked hard and had a genuinely fun time with my staff, and I will miss this job immensely as I begin to attempt to possibly consider the potential questionable […]

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Women’s Lacrosse Moves On

Sports

By Pat Mariboe Senior Writer The women’s lacrosse team clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference playoffs for the eighth consecutive year after a 16-11 win over Haverford on Wednesday, April 18. The Shorewomen tried to get the momentum going heading into the playoffs with two final home games against Swarthmore and No. 4 Gettysburg last […]

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Rowing Wins MARC

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