CES Chessemester Travels to Central America

News, Student Life

By Laiken Harrigan Elm Staff Writer Each year, Washington College accepts twelve students to venture on a journey around 64,000 square miles of the Chesapeake Bay. The students travel through six different states and to Central America to study North America’s largest estuary. The Chesapeake Semester, or Chessemester, is popular at WC, offering the opportunity to […]

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Chesapeake Protection At Risk

Opinion

By Brian Klose Opinion Editor President Donald Trump’s federal budget proposal aims to cut spending to anything the administration deems unnecessary or overreaching. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has long been one of Trump’s most loathed government agencies, and the budget reflects that sentiment. The proposed drastic cut to environmental measures has an especially serious […]

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Fishing on the Chesapeake Bay With Tommy Price

Sports

Tommy Price Elm Staff Writer Last Saturday marked opening day for rockfish season in the Chesapeake Bay. After a long and miserable winter, the Chesapeake’s waters are finally starting to warm up as the days have become longer and daytime temperatures steadily remain above the 60 degree mark. These long, warm, sunny days have brought […]

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