Artists cross “Temporal Boundaries” in showcase

News

          By Victoria Gill Elm Staff Writer After the recent memorial of Judith Kohl, Washington College’s Kohl Gallery opened back up to the public to showcase guest performers last Wednesday. A large crowd of faculty and students gathered in the gallery at 6 p.m. for “Insecure/Unsecure (Transmission 020),” a one-night-only performance […]

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Career Center opens café for students

News

          By Vax Jones Elm Staff Writer The Career Center launched their Career Café this week with an open house that allowed students and faculty to visit the new space for themselves. Executive Director for Career Development Nanette Cooley said that it is an “accessible, warm, and friendly” place for students […]

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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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Visual profiling in criminal justice

News

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer Students analyzed the evolution of predictive policing on Monday Feb. 4. The Department of Communication and Media Studies hosted Dr. Allison Page as part of their CMS Speaker Series. Page is an assistant professor of communication and theatre arts at Old Dominion University. Her work has been published in […]

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Artist captures complexity on film

News

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer The lines between reality and fantasy were blurred on Monday, Jan. 28 as artist Mehveş Lelic presented her photography at the Larrabee Arts Center. Lelic is an Istanbul-born photographer who is currently based in Salisbury, Maryland. According to her event profile on the Washington College website, she was awarded […]

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Shoremen top the Diplomats

Sports

          By Louie Galdos Elm Staff Writer This week the Shoremen basketball team faced two competitive teams, both in the Centennial Conference. Both were at home, the first game being against No. 16 Swarthmore College on Wednesday, Jan. 30 and the second on Saturday, Feb. 2 against Franklin & Marshall College. […]

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Student Activity fees, WAC Alerts discussed at Nov. 3 SGA meeting

News, Web Features

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer Dean of Students Sarah Feyerherm addressed the Student Government Association Senate at their Tuesday, Nov. 3 meeting to discuss Student Activity fees and the WAC Alerts program. The Student Activity fee is one of several charges labeled under the “Fees” title on students’ bills. Student Activities, however, is a broad […]

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Public Safety Report: 9/1-9/6

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Lifestyle Editor, Dan Teano, Says Goodbye

Lifestyle

By Dan Teano Former Lifestyle Editor My first experience with The Elm was not a positive one. In fact, after seeing my article in print, I wanted to quit immediately. I couldn’t, though. I needed to write and also, I needed to be forced to do so. If it wasn’t for my friend, Faith, who […]

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WC Needs Better Student Parking Options

Opinion

By Stephaney Wilson Elm Staff Writer It was my first semester as a Washington College sophomore, and I had just recently moved into Harford for the year. As I settled myself behind the desk and looked out the window at the Harford parking lot, I remembered thinking to myself how crowded the lot look compared to the […]

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