Archive | September, 2014

Football blows out Oberlin on new field

Zane Wright Contributing Writer The College of Wooster football team got off to an explosive start in the first half of Saturday’s NCAC opener, scoring 42 points to give them a 42-10 lead at the half.  Halftime did not slow them down as they continued to put up points, finishing the game with 63, the […]

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Scots stumble, look for rebound in conference play

Jared Berg Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots men’s soccer team had a difficult week, with losses to Muskingum, Capital and La Roche as their non-conference schedule concluded. Currently, the team is facing  difficulties as three starting players are missing due to injury. “Obviously its tough when you lose three guys who started at the beginning […]

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Campus Council and SGA look to clarify jurisdictions

Dominic Piacentini Editor-in-Chief The discussion concerning the enactment of the most current versions of the Party Monitor Policy has highlighted a general confusion among the students regarding policy legislation on campus and the roles of the Student Government Association (SGA) and Campus Council (CC). The SGA acts as the primary student advocacy organization on campus. […]

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Former Campus Council member explains several sources of party policy confusion

Sarah Carracher News Editor The College’s revision of its party policy last academic year has caused extensive confusion among students about what they are and are not allowed to do in relation to parties and alcohol on campus. Wooster students are largely unaware that there was a policy in place before the current one. “The […]

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Campus Council to edit House Party Policy, invite student input

Madeleine O’Neill Editor-in-Chief At last week’s fireside chat on the new party policies, several students voiced questions and concerns about the role of Campus Council (CC) in the policymaking process. The contentious panel discussion left many asking how the new party policies were passed and implemented. As the College’s primary legislative body, CC is responsible […]

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Required program hours for members of C3 program increased

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief In an effort to make the Cross-Cultural Connections (C3) program a more serious enterprise, the program’s coordinators have decided to roughly double the number of required program hours per year. Participants in the C3 program live in Babcock Hall and are required to fulfill a set of requirements as part of their […]

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