“Shakuntala” Tells Tale of Love and Redemption

Student Life

By Christian Yosef  Elm Staff Writer How important is love and friendship? That is the question audiences hoped to answer when they watched “Shakuntala,” a play directed by Sofia Sidhu as part of her senior directing thesis from Friday, April 6 to 7. “Shakuntala” is an ancient Indian play written by Kālidāsa, made sometime between the first […]

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How to Love Your SCE Process Rather Than Dread It

Opinion

By Stephaney Wilson Elm Staff Writer One of the biggest things that all Washington College students dread is the looming Senior Capstone Experience. What kind of capstone experience is it? Should we really be afraid of this so-called capstone experience? What does it mean? These were the many questions I had in my mind about this SCE, […]

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“Almost, Maine” SCE

Student Life

By Victoria Gill Elm Staff Writer Flyers stating Arctic Cat For Sale, Help Wanted, Missing Shoe, and Town Events led audience members into a town just covered in fresh snow. They aren’t in Chestertown anymore. The town’s slogan, “The Way Life Should Be,” welcomed audiences into Tawes for senior theater major Abbey Wark’s directing thesis of […]

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WC Highlights Senior Capstone Experiences

Student Life

By Abby Wargo Student Life Editor Throughout April, seniors from various majors will be given the opportunity to present their senior capstones at different events on campus. “It’s the opportunity for people outside of one’s department to see the accomplishments,” of students, said Dr. Julie Markin, an assistant professor of anthropology. “Students will present oral […]

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