Social Media and Mental Health

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Senior Writer Social media plays a role in most of our lives—we use Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook to connect with friends and to share our weekly activities with others; but, these apps may be affecting us on a larger scale. Although the intended functions of social media are generally positive, such as allowing […]

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Letter to the Editor: from Faculty and Staff

Letters, Opinion

From the undersigned members of the faculty and staff to the students of Washington College, In the context of recent events on college campuses across the country, we understand and respect that members of our broadly diverse campus can hold diverse political views. The expression of these views is a fundamental element of the free […]

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Defining Bullying in the Context of a College Campus

News

By Brooke Schultz News Editor Bullying can easily shift between forms and mediums, it can be particularly difficult to define for an institution. The term “bullying” isn’t what Washington College uses when they define a policy violation, Dean of Students Sarah Feyerherm said. Feyerherm leafed through her copy of the Student Handbook. The term “bullying” […]

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