Cleopatra’s Sisters holds floral fundraiser to celebrate women

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer With spring just around the corner, the members of Cleopatra’s Sisters are getting a head start on the warm weather by spreading love, respect, and dedication through their Petals of Appreciation fundraiser. The fundraiser was held in coordination with Women’s History Month in March and was designed to raise […]

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HOSA to offer CPR/AED/First Aid trainings in late April

Student Life

By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer You never know when you could be placed in a situation that could require you to save a person’s life. Washington College’s chapter of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) hopes to equip students with life-saving skills, especially those interested in healthcare professions, by offering CPR, ARD, and […]

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Ancient parables take a modern twist in performance of ‘Godspell’

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By Julia Clifton Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s production of “Godspell” began with a bare stage and the overlapping voices of the cast as they recited the words of great philosophers. Their voices were silenced with the entrance of Jesus, played by sophomore Will Rotsch, as he announced, “My name is Known: God and King.” […]

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Trap and Skeet aims to make shotgun sports accessible

Student Life

By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor This past Sunday, March 3, Washington College’s Trap and Skeet team invited students and faculty members to try their hand and eye at shotgun sports at the Sudlersville Skeet Club. Participants shot under the guidance of coaches and alongside experienced team members with shotguns provided by the school. These […]

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New composting initiatives find a home in Campus Garden

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By Carlee Berkenkemper Elm Staff Writer Fuzzy mold, disgusting odors, meddling insects, and rodents — these are a few of the negative stereotypes that come to mind when many people think of compost, something understandable for anyone who has left food sitting on the counter for a few days too long. Washington College’s Campus Garden […]

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Spotlight on Starr student and positive personality Sara Underwood

Student Life

By Julia Clifton Elm Staff Writer Senior Sara Underwood has spent much of her time at Washington College on the waterfront of the Chester River, whether exploring history at the Starr Center for the American Experience or erging down the river as a member of the women’s rowing team. Hailing from Claymont, Del., Underwood will […]

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Mock Trial debates in regional competition: Team and new club debuts at Williamsburg while club president Williams earns prestigious award

Student Life

By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer The weekend of Feb. 16-17, Washington College’s Mock Trial team went 1 and 3 at their first regional competition hosted by the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va. “ This is is a great performance for a brand- new team,” sophomore Holly Williams, president, said. Williams was […]

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Student orchestra trio shares talents with campus and community

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer Washington College’s Music Department offers the opportunity for students to perform as a chamber music ensemble of their own creation, and the three members of the current orchestral trio took that one step further by giving themselves a name: Melophilia, meaning “music loving.” The trio, comprised of juniors Eric […]

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French Culture Club expands horizons to include global francophone culture

Student Life

By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer Located in the French city of Grenoble, Washington College offers a tuition exchange program with Université Grenoble Alpes for students wishing to study abroad and both practice and enhance their French language skills. For those who would like to learn or improve on their French language skills while on […]

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4Corners calls for submissions for third online issue

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer With February coming to an end, Washington College students who studied abroad in the fall are settling on campus, while a new group of adventurers have just submitted their applications for the next year. The Global Education Office (GEO) provides the opportunity for students to capture their experiences abroad […]

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