Archive | January, 2012

“You can call me Al”

Get to know your friendly neighborhood swiper Anya Cohen Features Editor A bastion of our Lowry meal experiences, Al Conrad has been swiping students into Lowry since before any of us were even considering applying to Wooster. Cohen: How long have you been working here? Al: I’m in my eleventh year. Cohen: Are you from […]

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Convenient eats at The Shack

Convenient eats at The Shack The Shack revamps menu to include a full bar Zuri Rose Staff Writer  Tucked between the parking lot of Westminster Cottage and the Gault admission office is the Shack, a gem buried within the Wooster campus since 1915. A hang out spot straight from yester-year, vintage jerseys from several Wooster […]

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College mourns the passing of Bettye Jo Mastrine

College mourns the passing of Bettye Jo Mastrine John P. Finn Director of Public Information A rare combination of wit and wisdom defined the life of Bettye Jo Mastrine, who brought clarity, stability and efficiency to the College’s highest administrative office during her remarkable tenure as executive assistant to the president. She had a unique […]

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‘Out of control’ party forces changing alcohol attitudes

‘Out of control’ party forces changing alcohol attitudes ‘Omega’ fraternity to promote alcohol awareness, benefits of having Greek groups Emily Bartelheim and Ramsey Kincannon News Editors On Nov. 9, the Phi Omega Sigma fraternity (commonly known as Omega) hosted a “traditional” party, in the words of Vice President Andrew Holmes, which ended up getting “out […]

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College coal plant fuels sustainability debate on campus

Kris Fronzak Editor in Chief Prospective students of The College of Wooster would be forgiven for not knowing about one of our (literally) dirtiest secrets; it is not searchable on our website and isn’t on the route of campus tours. Moreover, the advertising of “Wooster and Sustainability” on the website focuses only our “progress in […]

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Women’s basketball up and down to begin the new year

Women’s basketball up and down to begin the new year Ian Benson Features Editor After a rather disappointing start to the season, the Scot women’s basketball team was looking to turn their fortune around moving into the new year. Entering 2012 on an eight game losing streak, the team looked to remain competitive and turn […]

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