Itching to explore some new museums this season? Here are five virtual galleries to check out

By Kaitlin Dunn  Elm Staff Writer  Along with movie theatres, sporting events, and other activities, museums…

Film Review: “The Trial of the Chicago 7” acts as a mirror for the U.S.’s struggle for human rights

By Meagan Kennedy  Elm Staff Writer  Released on Netflix on Oct. 16, “The Trial of the…

Looking for a good laugh? Check out these comedy specials!

By Nia Anthony Elm Staff Writer This year has been particularly stressful because of the COVID-19…

Six Netflix documentaries to watch at home this fall

By Lexi Meola Elm Staff Writer With the upcoming election and the COVID-19 pandemic on many…

English and American Studies professor receives Cromwell Award for Innovation in Teaching

By Victoria Gill-Gomez News Editor Dr. Alisha Knight, associate professor of English and American Studies, was…

Washington College History Project seeks to find, acknowledge, and reconcile the College’s legacy of racial injustice

By Erica Quinones News Editor Interim President of the College Dr. Wayne Powell introduced the campus…

“Talbot Boys” statue glorifying Confederate soldiers needs to be toppled

By Nia Anthony Elm Staff Writer What do Christopher Columbus, Silent Sam, and Albert Pike all…

“Chestertown Unites Against Racism” and paints two street murals together

By MacKenzie Brady Editor-in-Chief On Saturday, Sept. 12, the Chestertown community came together on High Street…

Patrick Henry Fellow Dr. Judith Ridner traces histories of ethnic stereotyping through material culture

By Erica Quinones News Editor The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience announced…

WC should do more to confront its history of slavery

By Nia Anthony and Alaina Perdon Elm Staff Writers As soon as you step foot on…