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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Nancy Grace, a professor of English retir ing after 31 years at the College,  What made you realize you wanted to be a journalist? I was 10, 11 or 12 and I grew up in a small […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Helen Rooker ’18 is a stage manager for the theater department. She reflects on the impact of theater as a platform for social change. Sally Kershner Features Editor Why is theater your platform for social change? Primarily […]

Spoon Market hosts College bands and performers

Ashley Ferguson Sports Editor Overlooking Liberty Street, the Excelsior Room’s romantic glass bulb string lights and lofty minimalist décor add class to musical acts whose well-developed sounds already far surpass the aesthetic of twinkle lights in a dingy college basement. Last Friday, the event hall above Spoon Market in downtown Wooster hosted four College of […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Margie Sosa, a sophomore political science major, balances her time spent as founder of the First-Generation Student Organization, member of Proyecto Latino, Senator At-Large for Student Government Association and coordinating events of social activism on Wooster’s campus. […]

4 Paws students decide to leave program

Sally Kershner Features Editor Following a change of policy for the application process for the organization 4 Paws for Ability, the student volunteers of the service program have decided to discontinue the program at The College of Wooster. This decision was concluded after Megan Zerrer ’18, the 4 Paws for Ability program coordinator, and other […]

Poetry as Peace

Last Friday, April 27, Bodies of Diversity (B.O.D.) and Word of Mouth collaborated to host an open mic night in the Babcock formal lounge. The event began with an appeal and an assurance: the former implored poets to issue content warnings for pieces that had potentially triggering material, and the latter promised that no offense […]

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Senior studio art majors display I.S. projects in CWAM exhibit

Laura Haley Chief Copy Editor On April 27, the College’s senior studio art majors showcased their Independent Study projects (I.S.) in a group exhibition put on by The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM). The gallery was first viewed during the campus-wide Senior Research Symposium where majors discussed their year-long work on display. The pieces […]

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Lakin gives a powerful final WAC small concert of the year

Eleanor Linafelt A&E Editor The Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) hosted their last small concert of the year on Wednesday, April 25 with an intimate and powerful performance by the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Lakin. “I thought Lakin would be a good fit and appeal to the wider student body because we had not yet brought a […]

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Boosting consciousness is essential to discourse

When we are pressed into an uncomfortable or uncontrollable situation, there are numerous ways we can react to whom or what is pushing us out of our comfort zone. It is human nature to react to the situation immediately if we feel threatened, or if we’re just flat-out scared. If we have a little more […]

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Listening is a valuable strategy

In today’s society, we see people turn against one another over anything and everything. Examples include religion, political preference, gender, favorite artists, favorite sports teams; you name it, someone probably has an opinion about it. At that point, we then turn against one another because not all of us think alike. Each group believes that […]

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Self-driving cars are not a viable solution

A trend has begun to emerge in the field of transportation: self-driving cars. Auto manufacturers and Silicon Valley tech titans are pushing toward a future where vehicles use artificial intelligence to drive themselves. This future is being presented as one where congestion and accidents are a thing of the past. Through new technology, they argue, […]

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