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An exclusive interview with DJ Chickenhead ’17 Black Student Association holds demonstation Large student turnout for first Presidential Debate Men’s frisbee team opens season at Air Strike tournament Photobook encapsulates 150 years of the College’s history
 

An exclusive interview with DJ Chickenhead ’17

Robert Dinkins, Jr. A&E Editor Eli Millette’s ’17 answer to the question “What is your favorite Shrek film?” encapsulates him as a person. “That’s a tough question,” he said, “The first Shrek is like the Citizen Kane of that whole franchise. I think when you see Shrek, it’s not as good as Shrek 2, but […]

Black Student Association holds demonstation

BSA honored the victims of two recent police shooting, while simultaneously raising awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement Mackenzie Clark News Editor On Wednesday, Sept. 21, members of the Black Student Association (BSA) gathered outside of Lowry Center to stand in solidarity with the families and friends of victims of recent police shootings, such […]

Large student turnout for first Presidential Debate

Janel England News Editor This past Monday, Sept. 26, students from the communications department hosted a viewing event for students at the College of Wooster to watch the first Presidential Debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The host students began the event a half hour before the actual debate, where […]

Men’s frisbee team opens season at Air Strike tournament

Ashley Ferguson Contributing Writer Wooster’s RamJam ultimate frisbee team competed in its first tournament of the season last weekend at Wright State University in Versailles, Oh. The two teams placed 5th and 15th in the Air Strike men’s ultimate competition among a field of bigger schools. RamJam’s Team X and Team Y were two of […]

Photobook encapsulates 150 years of the College’s history

Daniel Sweat Features Editor It’s 1865. The nation is in turmoil after the Lincoln assassination. You are Reverend James Reed, the minister of the First Presbyterian Church at Wooster, and you really like nature. As you look out the window during congregational calls, you are overcome with the natural beauty of Wooster, Oh. And you […]

Title IX investigation launched

Student accuses College of Title IX violation Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief The College of Wooster is currently being investigated for an alleged Title IX violation. The College appears on the Department of Education’s (D.O.E.) list of 212 postsecondary institutions that have pending Title IX sexual assault investigations. The investigations are carried out by the […]

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Miraculous waffle makers revolutionize, revitalize dorm cuisine

Shoshana Rice Photo Editor Usually living in a dorm for most or all of our college lives, us Scots need to get creative sometimes. So I’ll let you in on a secret: waffle makers are the most underrated dorm room appliances. And no, it’s not just because waffles are great. Actually, I’ve only made real […]

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Black Lives still matter

1. Why is the #blacklivesmatter movement important? Emerald: Though it is debatable what specific event sparked the establishment of #blacklivesmatter as a distinct social movement, this movement is essential because it works to end not only state-sanctioned violence against innocent, unarmed black people, but it also works to bring awareness to the ways in which […]

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Voting with your conscience

“You know, there are other people running for President other than Clinton and Trump,” is a statement I myself have said one too many times in this “democratic election.” This is usually followed by someone saying “Oh, they will never win,” or asking, “Why would you throw your vote away?” My least favorite one is, […]

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Entertainment is replacing substance

I wanted to title this viewpoint “The Odyssey Online, and other downfalls of modern society,” but that doesn’t have a verb so, according to AP syle, I can’t use it as a headline. Instead, let me use it as a fun introduction to this rant. Buckle up, kids. Over the course of the past few […]

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Encountering financial obstacles

So, you’re a Global and International Studies major! Congratulations! You’ve embarked on one of the most stereotypically-liberal-arts adventures that’s offered here at America’s Premier College for Mentored Undergraduate Research. Your well-rounded courseload is sure to guide you into a life of responsible global citizenship. Now all you have to worry about is that little I.S. […]

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