‘Shakesblood’ Ushers In The Spooky Season : Student-Directed Show Offers A Modern, Bloody Twist on Shakespeare’s Classic Works

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By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer For centuries, the works of famed playwright William Shakespeare have graced stages across the globe, capturing audiences with tales of forbidden romance, dramatic monologues, and, more often than not, frequent back-stabbings. On Oct. 5, the Bard’s famed blood-oozing masterpieces will hit the Egg at Washington College, but with an […]

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JFC Offerings Promote Indoor Fitness and Fun With Club and Group Classes

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By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer The summer season may be coming to a close, but the Johnson Fitness Center is making sure the indoor fun and exercise never end. For the last two weeks of classes, the JFC has been providing students with the opportunity to leave their seats and get moving. One such […]

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SGA President Highlights New Student Space in Goose Nest

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By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor The new Student Government Association-designed meeting space in the far right of the Goose Nest in Hodson Hall underwent its final stages of renovation last week and is now open to students. The former Goose Nest arrangement housed both the SGA and the Office of Student Engagement offices in […]

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Fall Family Weekend, Waterfront Festivities on the Horizon

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By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer Many students’ families will be flocking to Chestertown next weekend from Friday, Sept. 21 to Sunday, Sept. 23 for Fall Family Weekend. Friday is an opportunity for families to catch up with their students, as there will be open houses at various locations around campus with the rest of […]

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Sigma Alpha Pi Offers Opportunities For Leadership and Success

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By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor   Academic success, club involvement, and leadership experience are key elements for any undergraduate resume. The first two categories are fairly straightforward, but the last can be a little harder to land. New to Washington College this year is an official chapter of the National Society of Leadership and […]

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Hillel House Hosts Rosh Hashanah Dinner

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By Carlee Berkenkemper Elm Staff Writer On Monday, Sept. 10, students from varying religious backgrounds participated in the celebration of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, at the Roy P. and Nan Ans Hillel House. The WC Hillel is a student-run organization that aims to support the Jewish community on campus. The evening started with […]

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Club Sports Begin Recruiting For Fall Seasons

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By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor   If you’ve found yourself looking for a way to stay active without the commitment of a varsity sport, Washington College’s club sports teams are just getting off the ground for the new academic year. Although men’s and women’s Club Lacrosse teams have most of their games and tournaments […]

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The Mainstay to Host Rock, Comedy Show Free for WC Students

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By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor Interested in hearing modern rock music and three professional stand-up comedians for free? This Saturday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m., the Mainstay performance venue will be hosting Brad Gunson’s modern rock band Gunson Roses alongside comedians Mark Joyner, Bunny Themelis, and Mike Moran. Washington College students with an ID […]

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‘Wasted’ Performance Hits Decker Stage : Baltimore-Based Production Addresses Consent and Consequences For College Audience

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By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer In an unconventional twist, audience members entering Decker Theatre on Wednesday, Sept. 5 were directed toward the stage as part of the opening scene in that night’s featured performance, “Wasted.” While the audience was on stage, the actors began roaming around and switching between their roles as bouncers at […]

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Goose Nest Lounge and Office Renovations Near Completion

Student Life

By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer For the past several weeks, Yerkes Construction has been hard at work adding new features and additions to the game room in the Goose Nest, where Washington College students and staff frequently go to relax and enjoy a little bit of fun after a long day’s work. “The nest […]

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