GEO announces pilot study abroad program in Morocco

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer Washington College first established a connection with Al Akhawayan University in Ifrane (AUI) in Morocco in 1995, but a recent on-site visit by Dr. Andrew Oros, professor of political science and international studies and associate dean for international education, prompted a new idea. “Dr. Oros realized AUI was the […]

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A Walk in Their Shoes supports survivors of sexual assault

Student Life

By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer On Sunday, some male Washington College students could be spotted teetering through town in red high heels for Alpha Chi Omega’s A Walk in Their Shoes fundraiser. Alpha Chi Omega’s philanthropy is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention. The event is help annually in April to coincide with Sexual Assault […]

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Capstone performance addresses rape culture in America

Student Life

By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor “It’s another perfect day in a perfect town,” announced the newscaster to begin the performance of this weekend’s senior capstone production, “The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Grace B. Matthias,” directed by senior Elizabeth Clemens. Grace B. Matthias discovers, however, that the town of Springfield is anything but […]

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Second annual LAfro Caribe Pageant celebrates diversity

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer This past Saturday in the Egg, students participated in the second annual LAfro Caribe, or Latin-African Caribbean Pageant, planned by a committee sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Affairs, the Student Government Association, and Shore Steppers. “The pageant was created by students of Caribbean descent who were interested in […]

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E-Sports Club uses video games to create student community

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer Last semester, Washington College introduced a new Student Interest Group—now officially a club sport—where students with a love for video games can engage in friendly competition among each other and with other schools. The E-Sports club is headed by Coordinator of Campus Recreation Steve Kaneshiki and Dr. Shaun Ramsey, […]

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“100 Proof” displayed in Kohl Gallery exhibit

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By Carlee Berkenkemper Elm Staff Writer From March 28 to April 7, the Kohl Gallery in Gibson Center for the Arts displayed the work of Washington College’s own student artists as part of its annual exhibition, “100 Proof.” “100 Proof” showcased 21 works of varying mediums and themes, all created by students from different majors. […]

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Casey Time tidies campus and community

Student Life

By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer Noticeable changes were made around campus this past Sunday as part of the College’s volunteer program, Casey Time. For three hours, volunteers completed various projects for the annual event. “The service projects are largely determined by request,” said Service Council Secretary freshman Alaina Perdon. Since many of the tasks […]

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‘The Flick’ brings audiences to the movies: Capstone inverts performance: action takes place in the seats, not on the stage

Student Life

By Julia Clifton Elm Staff Writer The audience sat on the stage of Norman James Theater as the glimmering lights and flicking of a 35-mm film projector began the performance of “The Flick” this past weekend. “The Flick,” written by Annie Baker, follows the story of three twenty-something movie ushers—Sam, Avery and Rose—as they work […]

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Swag on campus to increase by 100 percent this fall

Student Life

By Not Madi Shenk’s Sister Mint Gum Addict Fellow students, prepare to rejoice, for Goose Nation will be welcoming a friendly—and famous— face to the flock: recording artist, dancer, internet personality, and Chestertown native Yvng Swag. In an exclusive interview with A Tree, Swag announced his decision to enroll as a member of Washington College’s […]

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New club sport, “The Game,” takes campus by storm

Student Life

By Gabriella Montez Expert on all of the Sport With the end of March Madness fast approaching, Washington College students were looking for a new game to play to distract themselves from the virus of lethargic boredom sweeping across Chestertown—and they’ve found it. “It is called ‘The Game’,” said Michelle ‘Mickey’ Jordan, the club founder […]

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