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Black Artists Matter is powerful example of art’s societal power Explaining the process: all you need to know about room searches Story of the Week: Custodial staff shortage resolved, but a chronic issue College releases new mobile app: changes will be made based on student suggestions Catholic students afforded opportunity to hear the Pope speak
 

Black Artists Matter is powerful example of art’s societal power

Caroline Andrews Staff Writer Friday night, the Black Student Association hosted a poetry slam titled “Black Artists Matter” in Douglass basement. Around quarter to seven, Chadwick Smith, the president of BSA, got up and introduced the event. He said it was being hosted by BSA alongside the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) and Word […]

Explaining the process: all you need to know about room searches

Lily Iserson Features Editor   Room searches conducted on campus can provoke a certain amount of anxiety — even a student who enjoys only the most innocuous weekend activities can empathize with the apprehension of being scrutinized by a College-employed officer and the fear that something less innocuous will surface. Security officers check rooms based […]

Story of the Week: Custodial staff shortage resolved, but a chronic issue

Management reports that low wages may be one factor influencing custodial staff shortages, as half the current employees work an additional job to compensate.  Meg Ito News Editor The beginning of the semester was marked by a staff shortage in custodial management services, reported Carol Kobylanski, executive manager of custodial services. “It is true that […]

College releases new mobile app: changes will be made based on student suggestions

Janel England Contributing Writer Last week, the administration announced to the student body that The College of Wooster now has its own mobile app. The email announcing the app’s arrival informed students that campus maps, menus and events, as well as a variety of other features, would now be found in one location. Tabitha Conwell, […]

Catholic students afforded opportunity to hear the Pope speak

Tristan Lopus Graphics Editor   Nearly a week and a half after Pope Francis arrived in the United States for the first time during his papacy, the nation is still buzzing with the excitement of his busy week in America. On Sunday, a cohort of five Catholics from the College, members of the Newman Catholic […]

Can football keep its violence on the field?

After winning the Super Bowl, Broncos MVP Von Miller extended a message to his former Texas A&M teammate, Johnny Manziel, stating on Instagram, “I want to see you do good,” in reaction to the chain of troubling events that have unfolded for the Cleveland Browns quarterback in the last month. Two years ago, Manziel was […]

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Women’s basketball drops close one

Roger An Contributor Writer The Fighting Scots women’s basketball team fought hard in a tough loss Saturday at Denison University. Despite the loss, they outscored Denison 26-21 (11 for 27) for a .407 percentage in the second half, compared to Denison, who shot .348 (8-23), who is currently in first place in the conference. Early […]

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Wooster track and field both finish seventh of 10

Isabel Abarca Senior Sports Writer The competition was tough this past Saturday at the Bob Shannon Invitational in Granville, Ohio. The men’s and women’s teams both secured the seventh spot out of 10 teams, with some of those teams nationally recognized. On Sunday, two Wooster women competed in the all-Ohio Pentathlon. Hilary Coady ’16 finished […]

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Wooster alum Joe Vardon talks LeBron, hard work

Ben Taylor Sports Editor “In Northeast Ohio, nothing is given. Everything is earned. You work for what you have.” These words composed the penultimate paragraph of LeBron James’ letter announcing his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers in July of 2014. But they also aptly sum up Wooster alum Joe Vardon ’02’s life working as a […]

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Hail, Caesar! is a perfect example of highfalutin humor

Katie Cameron A&E Editor For the last 15 years, George Clooney has been telling interviewers that his next project is Joel and Ethan Coen’s Hail, Caesar! The only problem was they hadn’t written it yet. Last weekend, all that waiting paid off. The new comedy, in theaters now, features everything from musical numbers to synchronized […]

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Finding Emo

Michael Hatchett an A&E Edi tor for the Voice, can be reached I love music. Music helps me get in touch with my emotions. Valentine’s Day is a big emotional day for a lot of people, in the sense that they suddenly feel the crushing weight of loneliness that they fear will follow them to […]

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