Historical Society of Kent County seeks student volunteers

Student Life

          By Olivia Montes Elm Staff Writer From the annual Tea Party Festival to historic house tours, history comes to life in Kent County. The Historical Society of Kent County is interested in involving Washington College student volunteers in their mission to promote and preserve local history. “Students can get involved […]

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GIS offers five summer internships across multiple programs

Student Life

            By Julia Clifton Elm Staff Writer   Washington College’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program offers five internships programs every summer. While their main focus is generally data collection, the internships are not limited to math and science majors. “All students of any academic major would benefit from working for […]

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Baseball breaks records; goes on 13-game win streak

Sports

            By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The Washington College men’s baseball team returned victorious with an astounding 13-0 overall record as they garnered 10 wins during a week of competition in Florida over spring break. “The Florida trip, especially this one, is basically a week-long trip where we spend […]

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WC female athletes host local youth

Sports

          By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer On Saturday, Feb. 2 the Athena’s Club hosted an event inviting local girls from the community to celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The Athena’s Club is comprised of female athletes who work in different ways to develop an intercollegiate network and […]

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Tension on Field Hockey Team

Sports

By Fockey Star Finding the net daily With the fall season behind them, the Washington College field hockey team is preparing for next season with full intensity. Day in and day out, each member contributes to the advancements being made, but just one thing stands in the way of their ultimate success. The clear divide […]

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Maryland Stays Blue in the 2016 Elections

News

By Joanna Sperapanni Elm Staff Writer Although the country favored Donald Trump in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 8, Maryland remained true to its Democratic roots. 59.66 percent of the state voted for Hillary Clinton, giving her all 10 electoral votes, as predicted. According to Associated Press (AP), the current tally as of Monday, Nov. […]

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