NPR takes a step in the right direction with updated ethics policy

By Grace MorrisElm Staff Writer In July 2021, NPR published a substantial update to their ethics…

Health protocols remain important despite difficulties of communal living

By MacKenzie MacDonaldElm Staff Writer Sickness is spreading around campus like wildfire. Many students may have…

Hornets are victorious against WC field hockey in away game

By Jordan FairchildElm Staff Writer On Saturday, Sept. 26, the Washington College field hockey team traveled…

Women’s volleyball team gains wins, after three-game loss streak

By Erica QuinonesEditor-in-Chief After a four-game losing streak, the Washington College women’s volleyball team came back…

What gives you wings? A review of the most popular energy drinks

By Kaitlin DunnLifestyle Editor In the fast-paced lifestyle that is college, many students turn to additional…

SGA brings back beloved Flock to the Waterfront event

By Megan LoockElm Staff Writer On Saturday, Sept. 25, the Student Government Association hosted their first…

In memoriam of the tree: what should we use its remains for?

By Riley DauberElm Staff Writer On Wed., Sept, 15th, the American beech tree near William Smith…

‘‘If this was a movie”: Musgraves sings ballads of romantic tragedy

By Riley DauberElm Staff Writer On Sept. 10, Kacey Musgraves released her fourth studio album, titled…

Trap and skeet successfully compete back-to-back

By Lauren ZedlarElm Staff Writer The Harvest Moon Super Short began on Saturday, Sept. 18. The…