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Golf to adopt a new coaching model for 2019-2020 season LWC holds panel for campus community Coach Moore announces retirement after 2019-20 season Ubuntu artistically celebrates African cultures The Moth experience is formed by unique student stories
 

Golf to adopt a new coaching model for 2019-2020 season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 4, the College of Wooster men’s and women’s golf teams were notified through the athletic department that their respective head coaches would be replaced by one coach that would head both teams, instead of having two different head coaches for each team. Both coaches for each team, Lisa […]

LWC holds panel for campus community

Samuel Casey News Editor On Thursday, April 4, the Living Wage Campaign (LWC) held a panel  in the Lowry Pit for the campus community to learn about the different aspects of the living wage and to engage in a dialogue with members of the College’s faculty, administration and students. The panel was moderated by Gabe […]

Coach Moore announces retirement after 2019-20 season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor Laura Haley Chief Copy Editor One of the winningest coaches in Division-III history, Steve Moore, head coach of the Wooster men’s basketball team, has decided to retire at the finish of the 2019-2020 basketball season. With over 800 wins in his 38 years of coaching in Division-III athletics, Moore has high […]

Ubuntu artistically celebrates African cultures

Zeke Martin Contributing Writer I’ll readily admit that when I entered Gault Recital Hall on Friday night, I was carrying a fair amount of anxiety along with my notebook and pen. The College of Wooster Center for Diversity and Inclusion describes Ubuntu as “an annual cultural showcase of the different African cultures represented on Wooster’s […]

The Moth experience is formed by unique student stories

Mackenzie Clark Editor in Chief The first time I attended The Moth, I felt like I had stumbled upon a secret. I walked into the dark space of Douglass basement to find the couches pushed together as an attempt to create a sense of intimacy in the cold and open room. There were no microphones […]

Appreciate the value of new relationships

I once took a completely lifealtering class on Buddhist philosophy that left my mind both exhausted and invigorated. Many of the concepts we covered in class went far beyond my scope of comprehension, but we had a particular discussion that lately, as my time at Wooster dwindles, I find myself coming back to frequently.  My […]

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Voices from the Crowd: Masters Season has devoted fans glued to the TV

They say that April showers bring May flowers. But to me, April only means one thing: The Masters. Even though the schedule for men’s golf is pretty much year-long, The Masters is the first of the four major tournaments of the season, and despite being the “newest” (it started in 1934), it is the most […]

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Golf to adopt a new coaching model for 2019-2020 season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 4, the College of Wooster men’s and women’s golf teams were notified through the athletic department that their respective head coaches would be replaced by one coach that would head both teams, instead of having two different head coaches for each team. Both coaches for each team, Lisa […]

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Scotlight: Myra Praml

Myra Praml ’19 discusses her involvement in the campus community, her Independent Study and her plans for after Wooster. Could you tell us a little about yourself? I am Myra Praml, I am a senior, I am an anthropology major and an art history minor. What are you involved in on campus? I have been […]

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Campus Council adopts removal clause

Grace Bodnovich Contributing Writer Recently, Campus Council and Student Activities added some guidelines concerning the process of removing an elected officer. The addition of these guidelines was in response to an apparent need for an official process to remove elected leaders of student groups. “The process of removing an officer is vital for maintaining accountability […]

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Spring Dance Concert displays collaborative artistry

Claire Wineman Senior Staff Writer As much as we invoke the phrase “Independent Minds, Working Together” here at Wooster  —  both seriously and ironically — there’s never a shortage of ways for us to experience it at work around campus. We are constantly in cooperation with one another to achieve end results that would be […]

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