A Boy Can Dream; Reviewing “Coco,” the Latest Pixar Movie

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By Amy Rudolph Web Editor As millennials get older, the movie industry tries to keep up. This is why DC and Marvel movies have targeted our demographic, and romantic comedies now feature actors that we grew up watching as children. Disney has kept up with our age group while still producing kid-friendly entertainment. I grew up […]

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College Welcomes New Vice President of Enrollment Management Lorna Hunter

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By Molly Igoe News Editor Lorna Hunter has only been at Washington College for a few weeks, she has still made some time to get out and enjoy Chestertown. “I think Chestertown is a lovely town, there are some shops and art galleries that I want to pop in to,” she said. “There seems to […]

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New Council Focuses on Diversity

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By Ellye Gersh and Meaghan Manna Elm Staff Writers The Office of Intercultural Affairs has created a new program: The Intercultural Affairs  Ambassador Council. This council works toward creating a community that accepts all differences, including ethnicity and sexuality. The council is made up of student and faculty ambassadors from all different backgrounds. Assistant Dean […]

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Confronting Diversity on Campus

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By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer On Sept. 28, Bloomberg published an article by Shahien Nasiripour covering the George’s Brigade scholarship program at Washington College, which is a “gift for a select group of accomplished students who need the financial and social support to make a liberal arts education a reality in their own lives,” […]

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