Archive | August, 2012

Beall Avenue’s new stoplight will monitor foot traffic

The newly installed stoplight promises a speedier commute for both those on foot and those driving in their car APEX is not the only new addition to the campus this year, with Beall Avenue now hosting a light at the crosswalk between Lowry Center and Gault Library. “What’ll happen is you’ll push a button and […]

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Class of 2016: Most selective class yet

Wooster’s office of admission cuts back on admitted students to accommodate for an influx of applicants Anya Cohen News Editor This week, the College of Wooster welcomed its most selectively admitted class yet. With the class of 2016 boasting an applicant pool of 5,207, the school received nearly double the 2,392 applications received ten years […]

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Stop judging, start volunteering

Laura Merrell The first-years have moved in and bought their books, but they’re in for a rude awakening. In the next few weeks, most will have their first encounter with rude drivers along Beall Avenue. The encounters will most likely range from mildly amusing to extremely offensive and will later be recounted to their shocked […]

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Soccer teams both looking to improve on 2011 seasons

Travis Marmon Sports Editor    The Wooster men’s soccer team is hoping to avoid another mid-season skid this season after they finished 2011 with a 6-9-1 record (2-7 NCAC). The Scots were at 4-2-1 before Oct. 1 when, starting with Wabash University, they dropped six straight games. Wooster’s best hope lies in some returning offensive […]

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QB battle tops football stories

Travis Marmon Sports Editor The Wooster football team is looking to put a disappointing 2011 campaign behind it as they hope to contend for an NCAC title. The Fighting Scots finished with a record of just 4-6 (3-3 NCAC), tying with Allegheny University and Ohio Wesleyan University for fourth place in the conference. The Scots’ […]

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Volleyball looks to have another stellar year

Julie Kendall Sports Editor Returning for the 2012 season with a talented and experienced roster, the College of Wooster volleyball team is expected to improve on their successful 22-10 (11-5 NCAC ) record from last season and contend for a top spot in the North Coast Athletic Conference. “We have finished in the top 3 […]

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