Softball team battles it out in Conference

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By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer On Tuesday, April 2 and Saturday, April 6, the Shorewomen softball team opened the month of April with some Centennial Conference action. Even though they did not get the results they wanted, the Shorewomen continued to battle on until the end of the games. On Tuesday, the Shorewomen traveled […]

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Women’s lacrosse ranked No. 25 in the nation

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By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s lacrosse team brought home two wins after defeating two Centennial Conference opponents on Wednesday, April 3 and Saturday, April 6. The Shorewomen first fended off Ursinus College, on Wednesday, April 3 in a narrow 10-9 win. WC came out with a strong start as junior […]

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Mayoral candidate meeting in Georgia only allows black press inside

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By Holly Williams Elm Staff Writer On March 27, a mayoral candidate meeting in Savannah, Georgia hung a sign on the door that said “Black Press Only!” At least one white journalist was turned away at the door, and no audio or video recordings were allowed inside the meeting. Since, the story of one campaign […]

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Baseball secures wins over McDaniel

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer The Washington College baseball team has 20 wins for the fifth time in Washington College history. Head Coach Cory Beddick is thrilled with the results so far, but knows there is more work to be done. “We feel extremely confident and prepared,” he said. “We know that we can’t […]

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One-day track team at WC prepares for race

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By What’s your favorite color? Bust Down Thotiana In recent years, the athletic department at Washington College has worked to enlarge and better our athletics by adding a plethora of sports such, as recent as 2018, when the Trap and Skeet Team was added. For years there has been gossip and feeble rumors of an […]

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Waterpark installation rumor confirmed

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By Louie A Man on a Mission The Washington College administration, with the help of donations from alumni, has decided to start construction on a brand-new state-of-the-art full-sized indoor/outdoor waterpark on top of the Casey Swim Center. The waterpark is planned to be open and ready for tourism and use by the spring semester of […]

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Equestrian females run wild in protest

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By Somebody ~ that you used to know ~ With the recent addition of the new state-of-the-art Hodson Boathouse, Washington College has had to find various ways to make budget cuts across campus to finish paying for the structure. Unfortunately, the Equestrian Team had had to face the brunt of most of these cut backs. […]

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Baseball team skips leg day

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By Kylie and Sophie And they were roommates According to the Department of Safety for the Public of Washington College, there have been multiple reports of injury inducing “hit-and-run” scenarios across the WC campus. After further investigations conducted by Officer Sprites from the Department of Safety for the Public of Chestertown, it has been confirmed […]

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True American introduced to NCAA as new sport

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By Has anyone seen my car key please help me An interesting duo of organizations met over the weekend to discuss the possibility of introducing a new sport to the NCAA for certification of legitimacy. The writers of the popular television show “New Girl” met with the NCAA head officials to discuss formalities such as […]

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Softball beats Wesley 

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By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer   The Washington College softball team took on Wesley College on Sunday, March 24 away in Dover. This game was a resumed game from their double header from Wednesday, Feb. 27, where they won the first game 19-0 in five innings. Pitchers, senior Maddie Bennett and freshman Cassidy Predale, […]

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