College developing “extensive” summer programming that captures the “liberal arts feel”

By Erica Quinones News Editor As the fall semester comes to a close, discussions regarding expanded…

Class of 2020 commencement recognizes resilience in adversity after a delay in ceremony schedule

By Victoria Gill-Gomez News Editor After months of delay, Washington College’s 237th Commencement Ceremony was streamed…

Should WC adapt to have larger class sizes and less faculty?

By Alaina Perdon Elm Staff Writer “Small is mighty” is more than a witty aphorism plastered…

Task force explores modern interdisciplinary education

By Jake DiPaola Elm Staff Writer Founded in 1782, Washington College is a long-standing institution dedicated…

Editorial The Liberal Arts: Not As Scary As You Think

The liberal arts spiel is an old speech to many of the upperclassmen at Washington College. The dogma is…