Archive | October, 2014

SGA searches for organization to host charter

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief The Student Government Association (SGA) has abandoned plans to be chartered under the Board of Trustees only days after passing a resolution to do so. Instead, the organization is considering alternative routes to re-charter independently of Campus Council (CC). The SGA resolution, passed unanimously at a meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 22, declared […]

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College operating under new sexual assault policy

Mariah Joyce News Editor Additional reporting by Senior News Writer Mary Jeffries As of Oct. 1, the College is operating under a new sexual assault policy fashioned after the “One Policy, One Process” model policy the College received courtesy of the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) in the spring of 2013. Among other things, […]

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Greenhouse urges trustees to fill sustainability coordinator position

Mariah Joyce News Editor Last Thursday, Oct. 23, the Student Development Committee of the Board of Trustees held a meeting with several student organizations on campus. Alissa Weinman ’15 and Sylvia Krebs ’17 attended as spokespersons for Greenhouse, the sustainability group on campus. Weinman read a statement to the trustees emphasizing the necessity of having […]

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On GamerGate and feminism

Michael Hatchett If you don’t know what GamerGate is, consider yourself fortunate. If you do, you’re probably frustrated by it, regardless ofwhich side you’re on. I’m going to attempt   to quickly summarize how the controversy started, what it involves, and why it matters. As a feminist, I admit that I have a somewhat biased opinion […]

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Why vote? Why not?

Maddy Baker “Hillary Clinton 2016!” and “Jeb Bush 2016!” are cries that reverberate around the nation these days – two years before the next presidential election is even set to take place. However, many overlook the reality that mid-term election season is close upon us. Gubernatorial and local elections aren’t as flashy as presidential elections, […]

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COW shows commitment to diversity

Jahqwahn Watson This year, The College of Wooster’s campus welcomed the largest cohort of multiethnic students it has seen in the past four years. This is really, really awesome, but also raises the question, “What is the College doing to support said students?” I remember helping out with Moove-In and staring in astonishment at all […]

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