Controversy erupts over Ariana Grande headlining UK pride

Lifestyle

By Erin Caine Lifestyle Editor For nearly three decades now, the pride parade in Manchester, England has annually attracted thousands of people to Canal Street. Headlining Manchester Pride in August is pop superstar Ariana Grande, who has been consistently topping the charts since her debut in 2013. Especially after her two most recent albums, she’s […]

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A long-overdue look into the life of J. R. R. Tolkien

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Senior Writer When we take the plunge into the mind and lives of great writers and creative thinkers, we can’t help but be filled with wonder and awe. A look into the mind of renowned English writer J. R. R. Tolkien is certain to spark that same feeling. He is the author […]

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The Jonas Brothers are back and better than ever

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Senior Writer There was a time when it was impossible not to hear the Jonas Brothers, of early-2000s Disney Channel fame, all over TV and radio. But then there were six years of silence from the band. At the end of February, however, the JoBros surprised their fans with an unanticipated reunion. […]

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Shorewomen lax goes 2-1; Grovom reaches 100 points and ground ball controls

Sports

            By Kayla Zapcic Elm Staff Writer The Washington College women’s lacrosse team had a busy spring break, staying on campus to practice and play three games while most students left WC. They took on Salisbury University away on Saturday, March 9, United States Coast Guard Academy at home on […]

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Softball goes 4-11 in spring break tournament

Sports

            By Isabella Sansanelli Elm Staff Writer The women’s softball team competed in Florida over spring break, traveling and playing in Clermont, Kissimmee, and Winter Haven from Saturday, March, 9 to Friday, March 15, ending their trip with three wins and seven losses and an overall record of 4-11. While […]

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Men’s lacrosse falls to three teams

Sports

            By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer Over spring break, the Shoremen lacrosse team played at home and then went on the road to face some tough competition in Virginia and southern Maryland. On Saturday, March 9, the Shoremen kicked off their spring break competition by hosting Stockton University. Next, […]

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Furry friends visit bookstore to help relieve midterm stress

Student Life

              By Nicole Noce Elm Staff Writer Greeting those who walked into the bookstore the Thursday before spring break was Apollo, a Labrador retriever and American pit bull terrier mix. Felix the cat could also be found in the back half of the store, most likely in the arms […]

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Miller Library unveils Pop DVD collection

Student Life

            By Katy Shenk Student Life Editor Although movie streaming services have made life more convenient, we all know the feeling of frustration when a last-minute Netflix search fails to produce results. Before resigning yourself to paying to rent a film on YouTube or Amazon Prime, try scanning Miller Library’s […]

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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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Pets of the Week: Petey and Callie

News

By Kailani Clarke Elm Staff Writer As anyone whose life has been graced with the company of a senior animal can tell you, pets, like wine, get better with age. The Animal Care Shelter for Kent County currently hosts several older adoptables who exemplify this excellence. Among them are Petey and Callie, this week’s Pets […]

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