Differing, Drawn: Scholar Examines Pope.L’s “Skin Set” Drawings

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By Abby Wargo  News Editor The screen in Norman James Theater read, “White People are Pun” for a brief moment last Wednesday. The Department of Art and Art History hosted “Differing, Drawn,” a talk by Darby English, a leading scholar on contemporary art. The talk was sponsored by the Starr Center for the Study of the […]

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Ending Semester in the Skybox

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On April 29, the Washington College Black Students Union (BSU) and Cleopatra’s Sisters co-sponsored an end of the year event, the Ultimate Black and White Party. Revelers came to the Kirby Stadium skybox dressed for this year’s black and white theme. LED lights flashed across the ceiling as partygoers […]

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Art Historian Analyzes the “Moment of the Fall”

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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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A Walk to Remember: AXΩ Sponsors “Walk a Mile”

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor The scraping of red stilettos against the pavement echoed down the Cater Walk as Washington College students stepped into the shoes of victims of domestic violence. On April 23, the sisters of Alpha Chi Omega and the brothers of Theta Chi partnered with the WC Prevention, Education, and Advocacy […]

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Bi-Annual Breakfast To Be Held

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On April 22 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., the brothers of Kappa Sigma (KE) will hold their bi-annual pancake breakfast at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church in downtown Chestertown. The event is held each semester to benefit the chapters’ two philanthropies, the Military Heroes Campaign and Prostate Cancer research […]

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Two Rapes Reported

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On March 13, two sexual offenses for rape were reported to Public Safety. The first incident occurred on Nov. 20 at 12:30 a.m., and the second on Dec. 9 at 5:30 a.m., both in dorms on campus. Due to Title IX, the nature of each case cannot be discussed; […]

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Departments Collaborate on “1984” Film Screening

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On April 4, the English, music, sociology, and theatre and dance departments collaborated to screen and discuss the film “1984” in Norman James Theatre. The event, which was held in support  of the National Endowment for Arts and Humanities, was replicated at many colleges and universities across the U.S.. […]

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WC Highlights Senior Capstone Experiences

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor Throughout April, seniors from various majors will be given the opportunity to present their senior capstones at different events on campus. “It’s the opportunity for people outside of one’s department to see the accomplishments,” of students, said Dr. Julie Markin, an assistant professor of anthropology. “Students will present oral […]

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AOΠ Hosts Dodgeball Tournament

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor On April 2, the Alpha Omicron Pi (AOΠ) sorority held a dodgeball tournament in the Johnson Fitness Center. The tournament’s purpose was to raise money for juvenile arthritis, AOII’s philanthropy. They raised $750 for the cause. Pria Dutt, the philanthropy chair, said, “The Dodgeball tournament is our annual Strike […]

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WACMUN Competes In World Conference

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By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor From March 13 to 17, the Washington College Model United Nations (MUN) team participated in the Harvard WorldMUN 2017 conference in Montreal, Canada. The conference, now in its 26th year, is held annually in cities across the world. They are selected after a scrutinizing process. In recent years, the […]

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