Archive | August, 2012

First-years wow audience at Woo Idol

Libba Smith A&E Editor We all know that Wooster is brimming with talent, and this year’s first-year class is no exception. From spoken word poetry to tap dancing and plenty of songs in between, Woo Idol, the annual first-year talent show put on by the Orientation Committee, highlighted the creative abilities of Wooster’s newest students. […]

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Faculty encourages student voting

Kim Schmitz Features Editor With a vital election fast approaching, some members of the college are working hard to encourage students to vote. “The College’s position is if you are 18 years old or older, it is your right, it is your responsibility, to vote,” says Dean Carolyn Buxton, Senior Associate Dean of Students. The […]

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Recent graduate creates cross-cultural non-profit

Culbertson’s Project Odakniwa hopes to empower indigenous Chileans Wyatt Smith Features Editor For 2012 Wooster alumnus Chris Culbertson, it’s hard to pin down the exact moment of his non-profit’s creation. Rather, he describes the development of Project Odakniwa as a lifelong process filled with self-discovery. Culbertson was born in southern Chile and was adopted by a […]

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Dinner at Kittredge

Lee McKinstry Editor in Chief Fans of the no-fry zone are celebrating this school year. Following a steady increase in admissions and a number of fervent student petitions, Kittredge Dining Hall has officially reopened for dinner for the first time since the 2008-2009 academic year. Open on Monday through Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m., […]

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APEX brings together student resources

Whitney Siders News Editor Along with other visible changes on campus, APEX is now open in the basement of Gault Library. This new construction offers a space that combines Academic Advising, the Learning Center, Career Services and Experiential Learning. Dean of Curriculum and Academic Engagement, Henry Kruezman, explained how the offices housed in APEX will […]

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New Judicial Board for Greek students

Wyatt Smith Features Editor Greek leadership is petitioning to implement a Greek Board, a second Judicial Board which will hear cases when the offender is a member of a Greek group. This new set-up is designed to allow student leadership and the administration to more easily spot trends in Greek behavior. According to Matthew Stouffer […]

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