Archive | September, 2014

Wooster to reduce enrollment, budget

Mariah Joyce News Editor Over the next 3-6 months, The College of Wooster will be working to create a long-term sustainable budget model by reducing the budget for the next year and beyond. Professor of Religious Studies Charles Kammer, who teaches a course called Just Work that enrolls both students and hourly staff at the […]

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TIP OF THE WEEK

Amber Zifzal Being a Wooster student, for the most part, means living on campus. Whether you are a first-year student getting to know your roommate, hall mates and everyone else, an upper-class student navigating living in a house with your friends or a senior embracing your last year on campus, there are some helpful reminders […]

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Therapy dogs: sniffing around for more than a decade

Tristan Lopus Contributing Writer Despite the extreme adaptability that college encourages, students are consistently unable to survive one condition of college life: the absence of pets.  Resorting to measures as pitiful as devoting entire Skype calls to seeing their dogs, or as risky as illicitly harboring pets on campus, students go to extreme lengths to […]

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Woosterfest returns today

Cooper Spalding Contributing Writer Fall in Wooster is a highly anticipated season, thanks to the tradition of Woosterfest.  30 years old, Woosterfest this year is Friday, Sept. 26 from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 27 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. During this time, the town will be transformed as a large […]

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New exhibits at CWAM combine past with present

Mariah Joyce A&E Editor The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) currently has two installations running concurrently, both in keeping with this year’s forum theme of East Asia. The first installation, “The Jay Gates Collection: Art of China and Japan,” is installed in the Burton D. Morgan Gallery in Ebert Art Center and will run […]

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LAURA AND LILY TALK ABOUT NICKI: AN “ANACONDA” REVIEW

Laura Merrell and Lily Iserson Laura: 2014 is a big year for Nicki Minaj. She traded in her neon pink hair for a subdued brown. At red carpet events, she favors evening dresses over outrageous costumes. It could be that once she hit 30, she felt that neon beehives and rainbow jumpsuits were a little […]

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