Letter to the Editor

Letters, Opinion, Uncategorized

I write in response to recent coverage in The Elm about the search for a replacement for our retired Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners (PMH-NPs). An Opinion piece on Aug. 30 and a follow up news article on Sept. 6 highlight what we all agree upon: that these professionals provide a valuable service to our […]

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Letter to the Editor

Uncategorized

Having been employed as a mental health professional for over 25 years, it was disheartening to read of Washington College administrators’ lack of forethought in meeting the ongoing psychiatric medication management needs of students (as outlined in the Aug. 30 and Sept. 6 editions of The Elm). It is unfortunate that two mental health nurse […]

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Community Crime Alert

News

By Lori Wysong News Editor On Sunday, Washington College students received an email in their inboxes regarding crime and safety on campus and in Chestertown. According to the message sent by Direc- tor of Public Safety Brandon McFayden, a number of incidents reportedly occurred over the weekend in which WC students were victims. On the […]

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Walk a Mile Brings Together Chestertown, WC

News

By Alisha George Editor-in-Chief The sight was unprecedented: 55 people wearing the same pair of red, four-inch high heels walking down highway 213. And they were all men. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes brought out an estimated 200 men and women to spread awareness and collect donations to take a stand against rape, sexual […]

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Kent County Saves Money, Kicks Curbside Recycling

News

By Maegan Clearwood Copy Editor In light of the economic recession, Kent County is making sacrifices, the most recent of which eliminated the much-praised curbside recycling program. This Tuesday, Kent County commissioners decided to terminate the program, inciting fevered reactions from Chestertown community members. The decision means that the county will no longer provide free, […]

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Help the Humane Society

Student Life

By Larissa Check & Kris Kelley Elm Staff Writers The Resident Assistants of the Zone One Department of Residential Life would like to invite you to the HappyPaws Dance-athon in an effort to raise money for the Humane Society in Kent County. The event will be held on April 17 from 4 p.m. to 10 […]

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