Pet of the Week: JD

News

By Madison Bendistis Elm Staff Writer Meet JD, a three-and-a-half-year-old Pitbull available for adoption at the Humane Society of Kent County. “The first thing that catches your eye about JD is his looks,” Kennel Technician JP Hooker, said. “He has a beautiful blue and white coat and he is tall, long, and lean.” JD has […]

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A Sobering Reminder: Turning Up the Fun Without Alcohol

Lifestyle

By Brian Brecker Elm Staff Writer There’s nothing wrong with a bit of alcohol during a social event, given you’re the legal drinking age. Alcohol can help soothe the nerves and open yourself up to having a better time. Ideally, one should not require alcohol or other drugs to have a good time. In a […]

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Seeing the Revolutionary War Through Germany’s Eyes

News

By Cassandra Sottile Elm Staff Writer In the 1770s and 1780s, Britain employed at least 30,000 German soldiers, known as Hessians, to assist in quelling the American rebellion. In 1778, one-third of Britain’s troops were German auxiliaries. The Hessians’ role in the American Revolutionary War is often minimized by historians; they are frequently depicted as […]

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Carolyn Forché Returns to WC

News

By Elijah McGuire-Berk Web Editor The Rose O’Neill Literary House’s guest speaker series, “The Personal and the Political,” hosted its second speaker on March 30.  Poet Carolyn Forché returned to the College after having given a poetry reading 27 years ago. She was glad to be back and joked about how most of the attendees […]

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Men’s Lacrosse Preview

Sports

By Andrew Chirico Sports Editor After going 7-8 last season, and missing the Centennial Conference tournament, the Shoremen lacrosse team heads into the upcoming season with a healthy mix of youth, experience, and optimism. A majority of the team’s success last season came on the defensive end; they finished the season ranked 51st out of […]

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Accomodating Lesser-Known Eating Disorders: Trivializing Pickiness and Other Preferences Undermines Real Medical Conditions

Opinion

By Amy Rudolph Elm Staff Writer For years I’ve been told by my family, friends, and even strangers to stop being so picky and just eat what is in front of me. After years of constantly telling people no and spitting out food I was forced to eat, I was labeled a “picky eater.” I […]

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