Colleges should encourage students to vote in hometown elections

By Lucy VerlaqueElm Staff Writer Across the United States, local elections are taking place in various…

Classes should be held virtually when flash floods hit campus

By Grace MorrisElm Staff Writer On Sept. 23, Chestertown was hit with a massive rainstorm that…

WC Public Safety creates distrust with new policy enforcement

By Alaina PerdonElm Staff Writer A turbulent relationship between Washington College students and the Department of…

Treatment of migrants in Del Rio part of a larger pattern

By Emma ReillyOpinion Editor Recent photographs of Border Patrol agents on horseback corralling Haitian migrants in…

Filibuster, an obsolete political mechanism, exacerbates partisan divides

By Alaina PerdonElm Staff Writer Among the most controversial political debates right now is that of…

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…

Students continue to struggle with spotty WiFi connection on campus

By Lucy VerlaqueElm Staff Writer School has been in session for almost a month now at…

WC’s Waterfront Campus offers resources to students of all disciplines

By Alaina PerdonElm Staff Writer As an environmental studies student and naturally outdoorsy person, Washington College’s…

Leisure and relaxation are just as important as building a strong resume

By Emma ReillyOpinion Editor In high school, students are urged by teachers and parents to build…