By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer Members of the Student Environmental Alliance (SEA) have spent hours engaging students to separate compostable materials from other food. This is one of the
By Molly Igoe and Brooke Schultz News Editors At the start of last semester, concerns were raised regarding how former Student Government Association (SGA) President Taylor Frey handled SGA funds.
By Pat Mariboe Senior Sports Writer On Jan. 24, the Washington College Athletics Department announced that women’s soccer Head Coach Kerry Smith would be departing from her position. Smith, who
By Connor Mitchell SPLC Staff Writer Article was originally published April 4, 2017 Somewhere between 900 to 1,200 newspapers were stolen from the Virginia Tech campus last week after a
By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Protein shakes are a great way to fuel your body post-workout. The best way to consume protein is through solid foods, but getting around
By Erin Caine Elm Staff Writer Though the jazz age of the Roaring Twenties has long passed, jazz’s influence on modern music all around the world is still undeniably potent.
by Brooke Schultz News Editor It’s hard to miss the facts when the message is plastered to menstrual hygiene products adorning the doors of Hodson Hall. The display comes from
By Brian Klose Opinion Editor This issue’s Hero of the Week honors supreme coffee overlord Starbucks and its latest concoction, the unicorn frappucino. Having already ended its lifespan as of
By Elijah McGuire-Berk Web Editor Since the start of 2017, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) has reported seven phones stolen at Washington College. Five phones were reported stolen from
By Zack Shaw Elm Staff Writer The Novick family has taken over the Washington College men’s tennis team. The oldest, Joel Novick attended Washington College followed by his twin brothers,