Archive | November, 2013

Wooster alumnus named Deputy Director of the FBI

Ian Benson Editor-in-Chief Mark Giuliano, a graduate of the College of Wooster, has recently been named Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This makes Giuliano the second highest-ranking official in the FBI. As Deputy Director, Giuliano will oversee all domestic and international investigative and intelligence activities. He will also serve as acting director […]

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Wooster Ethic Committee addresses behavior in Mom’s

Sarah Carracher News Editor The recent increase of campus vandalism and other disrespectful acts has led SGA and the newly revived Wooster Ethic Committee to look into ways to improve respect for the workers at Mom’s Truck Stop. Mom’s, the only on-campus food location that both accepts flex dollars and is open until 3 a.m., […]

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Moot court team competes at Great Lakes regional

Two teams qualified for the national competition in January and three individuals brought home awards for oration Mariah Joyce Contributing Writer Wooster’s Moot Court team competed in the Great Lakes Regional qualifying tournament this past Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8-9. Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Mich. hosted the tournament. This competition was the first […]

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A meal with Vegan Co-op

Sanjana Kumbhani Contributing Writer Originally started by the Greenhouse 20 years ago, the Vegan Co-op dinner was revamped by Jesse Tiffen ’15 last year and held its third dinner this semester on Saturday, Nov. 9. As you entered the Babcock dining hall, the smell of fresh, healthy and presumably, extremely delicious food was omnipresent. While […]

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Students want queer social space, specialized administrator

Wyatt Smith Features Editor   Note: This article is the second part of a two-part series on LGBT+ representation on campus. This week’s segment covers what changes students would like to see and who they think is responsible for bringing the changes about. Last week’s article (available online) focused on issues students have with how […]

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The abuse of the Copeland Fund

Anya Cohen Before I begin my verbal attempt at tearing the Copeland Fund a new one, admittedly, congratulations are in order. Congratulations to the recent recipients of Copeland funding. The application certainly doesn’t seem to be a cakewalk, and according to the “Copeland Fund for Independent Study” page on the Wooster website, the grant is […]

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