SCE Boot Camp whips seniors into shape

News

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer As the spring semester began, the Writing Center provided seniors with a space to start or continue working on their Senior Capstone Experiences (SCE). On Thursday, Jan. 31, the Writing Center hosted their SCE Bootcamp in Goldstein Hall. The bootcamp lasted from 5 – 9 p.m. and provided students […]

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Thesis production captures life at the dining room table

Student Life

By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor Drawing inspiration from the Thanksgiving season, Katie Peacock’s senior thesis production, “The Dining Room,” performed on Nov. 16 and 17, featured aspects of traditionally W.A.S.P.-ish family life that occur around the dining room table. Instead of focusing on one family, the play contained 18 vignettes with 57 different characters […]

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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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Student to Present Thesis Research in Netherlands

Student Life

By Anna Mayes Elm Staff Writer Pamela Holland, a senior at Washington College double majoring in anthropology and history, has recently been accepted to present her senior thesis at the tenth Experimental Archaeology Conference in Leiden, Netherlands. The conference is hosted by the EXARC, an organization that, according to their website, is dedicated to “the […]

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