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Chadwick Smith receives Dorothy Reid Dalzell Award Wooster community comes together to Rally for Solidarity Swimming and diving teams finish in fourth at NCAC Asian Americans resisting oppression Funnyhouse of a Negro, directed by Tashi Hutchins ’17
 

Chadwick Smith receives Dorothy Reid Dalzell Award

Smith to be honored for his outstanding contributions to the College community through extracurricular activities Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief Senior Chadwick Smith has been awarded the Dorothy Reid Dalzell Award, which he will receive at the upcoming DeWald Recognition Banquet. The award is given to an outstanding sophomore, junior or senior who “has contributed […]

Wooster community comes together to Rally for Solidarity

Brandon Bell Staff Writer Students, staff and faculty from the College joined Wooster community members for the Rally for Solidarity last Saturday. The rally and march, held near the gazebo downtown, was intended to show support for immigrants in the United States and Wooster, whom rally organizers believed had been the target of legal and […]

Swimming and diving teams finish in fourth at NCAC

Sam Kuhn Contributing Writer The swimming and diving teams headed to Denison University this past weekend to compete in the NCAC Championships. “We knew going into the meet that we had a chance at fourth place so that was what drove us all meet,” said Conner Gelwicks ’17. Lasting four days, the Scots had notable […]

Asian Americans resisting oppression

On Feb 1, 10 days into the Trump presidency, a video entitled “Asian Americans offer advice to U.S. President Donald Trump” was posted on YouTube by the Asia Society, an organization describing itself as “the leading global and Pan-Asian organization working to strengthen relationships and promote understanding among the people, leaders, and institutions of the […]

Funnyhouse of a Negro, directed by Tashi Hutchins ’17

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Tonight, curtains go up on Funnyhouse of a Negro, Tashi Hutchins ’17’s directorial debut. The one-act play is part of Hutchins’ theatre and dance Independent Study. Written by African-American playwright Adrienne Kennedy in 1964 during the Black Arts Movement, the play is an absurdist examination of racial identity. Kennedy was one […]

Chadwick Smith receives Dorothy Reid Dalzell Award

Smith to be honored for his outstanding contributions to the College community through extracurricular activities Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief Senior Chadwick Smith has been awarded the Dorothy Reid Dalzell Award, which he will receive at the upcoming DeWald Recognition Banquet. The award is given to an outstanding sophomore, junior or senior who “has contributed […]

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Preserve funding for the NEH and NEA

On Jan 23, I received an unnerving email from the Society for American Archaeology alerting its members that the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) were proposed to be completely eliminated under the new federal budget plan. As The Hill reports, in addition to these cuts, the […]

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Asian Americans resisting oppression

On Feb 1, 10 days into the Trump presidency, a video entitled “Asian Americans offer advice to U.S. President Donald Trump” was posted on YouTube by the Asia Society, an organization describing itself as “the leading global and Pan-Asian organization working to strengthen relationships and promote understanding among the people, leaders, and institutions of the […]

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Focusing on local change

The College of Wooster puts a lot of pressure on students to apply to the most prestigious internships and jobs and to generally only focus their efforts on large-scale projects. Wooster students want to eradicate hunger, reverse climate change and topple capitalism. While noble, this kind of rhetoric can also be paralyzing. How do you […]

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MLB’s proposed rule to shorten games is just plain stupid

This summer, Major League Baseball (MLB) plans to test out a new rule to try to shorten extra-inning games. In the World Baseball Classic and two low-level rookie leagues, every half-inning after the ninth will now begin with a runner on second base. If the rule change is successful in these games, MLB may look […]

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Tennis team faces tough competition

Jack Gilio Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots women’s tennis team began their season against Otterbein University last Saturday. The matches were tight, but, unfortunately, the Scots ended up losing 7-2. In singles, the number two and six spots — Joy Li ’20 and Shannon Sertz ’20, both earned a win. Li defeated her opponent in […]

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