Looking at the History Between African-American Communities and Christianity

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By Katy Shenk Elm Staff Writer On Monday, Nov. 7, the Institute of Religion, Politics, and Culture at Washington College hosted its second event for the African-American Church and American Ideals program. The Rev. William T. Wallace, from the Union United Methodist Church in St. Michaels, discussed the history of the intersection between African-American communities and […]

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Is Your Chocolate Sustainable?

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By Lori Wysong Elm Staff Writer Hugo Francisco Chávez Ayala started out with a statistic as he addressed a crowd in Hynson Lounge. “Nine out of 10 people like chocolate, and the other one is lying.” Chocolate may seem like something everyone can agree on, but as part of his National Food Day talk, presented by […]

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Feminism Is Everywhere: Phyllis Rackin

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By Joanna Sperapani Elm Staff Writer On Tuesday, April 4, the Rose O’Neill Literary House hosted poet and activist Phyllis Rackin for a talk titled “Feminism is Everywhere” as a part of the Sophie Kerr Lecture Series. Rackin is known as an intellectual feminist icon and renowned Shakespeare scholar. Throughout her career, Rackin has published […]

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Ask the Goose: “How Do I Talk to My Crush?”

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By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer Earlier in the week, one of my friends asked me for some advice on how to talk to her crush. This question got me thinking about how she, much like many other people, get stumped on what to say to the person he or she likes. I have read […]

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