BSU holds empowerment event

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By Victoria Gill Elm Staff Writer This past Thursday the Black Student Union (BSU) addressed an evening of sisterhood and stories with the question: “Are you good, Sis?”  The club advertised the event “All Walks of Life:  A Letter to My Younger Self” to prioritize the open discussion of female empowerment. A panel of eight […]

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HOSA hosts blood drive

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By Felipe Hendriksen Elm Staff Writer Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) sponsored a blood drive last week at Washington College. According to sophomore Nathaniel Neuland, community service director and president-elect of HOSA, a blood drive is “an event that HOSA hosts every semester that gives students, staff, and faculty the chance to donate blood […]

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Swamp monster trolls Cullen dorms

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By Smitty Werben Jagerman Jenson Crocodile Whisperer Construction on the Cullen Dorms has been delayed by a new startling discovery. A swamp monster, here on our own campus, has recently been terrorizing the construction workers on site. The monster has been described as a large, lumbering green figure, with a loud roar and pungent stench.  […]

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ZomBees invade Smith Hall

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By Case Sorted and Noisy Growl Blues and Clues Editors According to all known laws of construction, bees should not infest the walls of a building. Still, a thunderous drone arose from the sides of William Smith Hall last week as a colony of ZomBees made itself at home. What are ZomBees, you ask? According […]

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Skin-bound books found in Miller Library

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By Eugenia Booker Lotion Expert The Washington College community has been excited and slightly disturbed by a new discovery in the Miller Library archives. On Wednesday, March 27, three anthropology students uncovered a trove of forgotten pieces in the Miller Library archives during their search for Senior Capstone Experience sources. Amongst them was the last […]

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Pet of the Week: Buzz

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By Manny Hifiving Professional Hand Model It can be helpful to have an extra hand around the house, but senior Rabbraar Caangugim is looking to rehome one. Enter Buzz, Caangugim’s pet Mannequin Arm, who is being put up for adoption. Buzz is a mixed-breed Mannequin arm of the Department Store Reject and Kinkmaster breeds. It’s […]

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Tow Mater becomes sentient, threatens student body

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By World Wargo II HBIC Most Chestertown residents are acutely aware of the abandoned Tow Mater truck located outside The Freeze off MD route 213. It’s been there for longer than anyone can remember, seemingly for no reason. But now, for the first time, Mater has opened his rusty jowls to speak. He has awoken. […]

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George takes his name back

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By John Adams Crusher of Dreams On Feb. 22, in celebration of George Washington’s birthday, an archaeological dig was conducted at Mount Vernon. The dig took place at Washington’s favorite thinking and writing spot. This year will prove to be a very strange one for Washington College. Of the findings, the most interesting one was […]

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More about Joe, resident ghost

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By Colonel Leslie “Hap” Hapablap A Real Person Is Minta Martin Hall haunted? Of course it is. Since here at A Tree we care about the important stuff, we went on a quest for Washington College’s resident ghost. Fearing this spirit was some fiend from hell, we went around campus asking if anyone knew its […]

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Private Danger Report 4/4

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A case of ROGUE RABBITS was reported on 4/4 at 2 a.m. The incident occurred in Daly Hall on 4/4 at an unknown time. The case was referred to Student Affairs. A LAWFUL ALCOHOL PURCHASE was reported on 4/4. The incident occurred at 10:31 a.m. The case of beer is open. A case of NON-MALICIOUS […]

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