Archive | December, 2013

Administrators consider moving Greeks back to dorms

Armington and Bissman may transition into housing for Greek groups as soon as the 2014-15 school year Madeleine O’Neill News Editor Greek groups may move back to Bissman and Armington next year as part of a push to utilize housing space more efficiently on campus. Administrators hope to open more program houses and to provide […]

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College considers options for The Shack after purchase of building

Inconsistent stories from the College and previous Shack owners surface in the wake of the College’s announcement of purchase Ian Benson Editor-in-Chief Anya Cohen Managing Editor On Nov. 29, The Shack officially ceased operations and the current tenants, Mark and Candy Watts, removed all property from the premises. The building, which was constructed in 1910 […]

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MOH cleans Mom’s after a busy Friday night

Brooke Skiba Features Editor Student respect at Mom’s on weekend nights has been an ongoing issue this semester without resolution. Just before break, the Men of Harambee (MOH) set an example for the student body by volunteering to spend time in the Mom’s workers’ shoes. On Friday, Nov. 22 at 3 a.m., a time when […]

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The Goliard seeks to promote creativity on campus

Sarah Carracher News Editor The College of Wooster’s only literary magazine, The Goliard, holds the significant role and responsibility as a creative outlet for the student body’s literary and artistic talent. Begun in 1989 and publishing its first issue in 1990 under advisor and English Professor Debra Shostak, The Goliard is on the brink of […]

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Upset alert, feelings hurt (War Eagle, roll tears)

Ian Benson Any work of entertainment, be it fictitious or not, is only as great as its ending. I can think of countless movies that blew it in the last few minutes, and created a bitter taste in my mouth as I walked out, thinking of how much better it would be if this scenario […]

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Men’s basketball shoots down opposition

Isabel Abarca Senior Sports Writer The Wooster men’s basketball team — ranked third overall in the country — has earned a record of 4-0 so far this season and is looking to continue that winning streak in upcoming games. The men started off their season by winning the 20th annual Al Van Wie/Rotary Tournament. The […]

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