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Not your Granddad’s bike club; more than just repairs Psychology Department’s monkeys have retired First-year international-student population increases The art wall and respect T
 

Not your Granddad’s bike club; more than just repairs

Sarah Carracher News Editor   The Wooster Community Bike Program, colloquially known on campus as the bike club, is perhaps one of the most eclectic student groups at Wooster — its members’ majors range from studio art to physics, and they participate in tea club, Shakespeariments and a variety of other groups. Most students have […]

Psychology Department’s monkeys have retired

James May Contributing Writer   After 30 years of research service to the Psychology Department, Wooster’s three capuchin monkeys are heading to Florida for retirement. Under the direction of Professor Claudia Thompson, students have worked with Alex, Jake and Gizmo to study a variety of behavioral topics, including cognitive ability, social complexities, self-control and memory. […]

First-year international-student population increases

Sanjana Kumbhani Features Editor   The first-year class has a significantly larger incoming international student population as compared to previous years. The total number of international students is 69 — far more than the approximately 40 international students who are part of the class of 2017. Director of International Student and Scholar Services Jill Munro […]

The art wall and respect

Scott McLellan I would like to offer these two images to the campus community to illustrate a certain climate on campus. k(NO)w and its members worked incredibly hard to put up a wall for College community members to think critically and constructively about sexual respect on campus. I would ask that, as a community, we […]

T&F has great showing at All-Ohio meet

Kasey Fiedler Contributing Writer The College of Wooster track and field team proved to be among the best in the Buckeye State as they competed at the All-Ohio Division III Track and Field Championships held on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University. The men’s team finished 15th, with a strong showing in the 10,000 meter […]

A Not-So-Warm Welcome Back to Wooster

08 September 2014

Margot Bruce This time last year, I was in a very different place, both physically and figuratively. I was sitting at home in Connecticut, trying to decide which history course was most likely to transfer back to Wooster and looking at pictures of all of my friends reuniting at school. I was under the impression […]

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Gender Neutral Bathrooms: Keeping the Project Alive

08 September 2014

Scott McLellan Seniors, juniors and sophomores may recall from last semester that Jacob Danko ’16, Cas Wain ’16, Angela Neely ’14 and I brought a discussion to the college regarding an effort to implement all-gender bathrooms on campus. While also considering issues of safe (and comforting) gender-segregated private spaces, our group worked with Christa Craven […]

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New network leaves us asking why(fi)

08 September 2014

Isaac Parker The College of Wooster’s Information Technology (I.T.) department has been swamped with work as of late, the most noticeable being the debugging of a newly implemented network known to students as “The College of Wooster.” For those of you who are new to our beautiful institution, the prior network was “ScotZone.” As a […]

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XC season kickoff strong

08 September 2014

Anna Duke Sports Editor The College of Wooster’s cross country team hit the ground running at its first invitational of the season. Despite the participation of six other teams in the non-scoring invitational, the men’s and the women’s teams showed their depth as each team had five runners place in the top 10 for the […]

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Sam’s importance can’t be cut

08 September 2014

Ethan Nichol Michael Sam has done enough. He may never set foot on an NFL field come game day, but in the most respectful and professional manner, he has blazed an undeniable and important trail. Let’s take a moment to recognize how remarkable it is for Michael Sam or any college prospect to even make […]

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Defense sticks out against tough competition

08 September 2014

Sheamus Dalton Sports Editor Over the weekend, The College of Wooster women’s soccer team (1-1) split a series of two games in a season opening tournament hosted by Albright College (0-2) in Reading, Pennsylvania. The Scots opened the weekend Saturday with a 2-1 overtime victory over the Lions of Albright College and finished with a […]

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