Chesapeake Movies Comes to Chestertown

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By Lori Wysong News Editor Chestertown will have its own movie theater once again. The tentative grand opening for Chesapeake Movies, a theater located in the same space as the old Chester 5 Theaters, is set for Oct. 12. According to Ira Miller, part owner of the new theater, the space is the only resemblance […]

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William Smith Hall Abuzz with Pollinator Activity

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By Cassy Sottile News Editor Last Wednesday evening, Sep. 26, Washington College’s William Smith Hall was closed through the weekend due to an infestation of bees in the attic and public spaces. “For the past few years, a colony of honey bees has resided around the southeast attic soffits of Smith Hall, and the bees […]

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Public Safety Report 9/23-9/25

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A case of MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY was reported on 9/23 at 2:01 p.m. The incident occurred between 11:46 a.m. on 9/22 and 8 a.m. on 9/23 in the Quad Lot. The case is open. A case of THEFT was reported on 9/24 at 8:12 p.m. The incident occured on 9/14 between 3:15 p.m. and […]

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New Recreation Coordinator Plans to Revamp Clubs and Intramurals

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By Lori Wysong News Editor The new Coordinator of Campus Recreation, Steve Kaneshiki, is already in love with his job. He said, “This was a dream job for me to come back to Washington College — just playing sports all day — how fun is that?”  Kaneshiki holds a degree in Sports Leisure Management from […]

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Actress Visits Campus Classes

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By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer All of Washington College was a stage this week when Shakespearean actress Andrea Harris Smith guest-taught three theatre classes on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Smith is a classically trained actress, receiving her training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the United Kingdom. She has performed in the United […]

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HP Fest to Bring Hogwarts to Chestertown

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By Emma Campbell Elm Staff Writer Muggles and wizards alike will come together for a weekend full of magical games, shows, and activities. Chestertown will host its annual HP Festival on Oct. 5 and 6. It is the fifth year that Chestertown will host this event. The town map will transform to include places from […]

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Sociologist Questions Justice of Juvenile Incarcerations

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By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience hosted Dr. Alexandra Cox, who explored how the juvenile incarceration system serves as a vice. Cox, author of “Trapped in a Vice: The Consequences of Confinement for Young People,” is a lecturer at the University of Essex. According to […]

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Correction for Sept. 20 Issue

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In the Sept. 20 issue of The Elm, the article “Kohl Gallery Exhibit Confronts Issues of Identity and Ownership,” incorrectly stated that Amber Robles-Gordon looked up to Henrietta Lacks growing up.  Robles-Gordon said she was exposed to information regarding the HeLa cells and Mrs. Lacks’ life in either a news broadcast or an article about […]

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Pet of the Week: Ashley

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By Madison Bendistis Elm Staff Writer  “Ashley has been at the Humane Society for six months now,” Animal Care Technician Sarah Collins said. “But just one night spent in the shelter is traumatizing for a dog that once lived in a happy home.” Ashley came to the Humane Society very underweight and has since attained […]

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SGA Minutes Sept. 18

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The Shoremal Tailgate with the Student Events Board will be on Oct. 17. Shoremal will be on Oct. 20. The first week of December was  tentatively discussed as a possible Suicide and Depression Awareness Week. Care packages will potentially will be given out to international students upon their arrival. iServe will be on Oct. 6 […]

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