Archive | November, 2014

More cars vandalized on campus

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief Three vehicles, including one belonging to a Security and Protective Services (SPS) officer, were vandalized Sunday afternoon while parked in lots behind Longbrake Wellness Center. All three vehicles suffered smashed windows, and two of the three were also robbed. The break-ins are believed to have occurred between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. […]

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College raises funds for new life sciences facility

Stephen Lumetta Senior News Writer The College of Wooster is drawing up plans for a new life sciences building. This new facility will be in the site where John Gaston Mateer Hall is currently located. At the most recent Board of Trustees meeting, the trustees selected three architecture firms as finalists from a group of […]

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Students turn class project into living wage movement for hourly workers

Brandon Burkey Contributing Writer Will Turner ’15, along with seven other students on campus, is attempting to shed some light on the issue of living wages at The College of Wooster. The combined efforts of Turner and other students and faculty have brought this issue into the fray of the ongoing budget discussions. Turner defines […]

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TEDx talks return to Wooster with student speakers

Brandon Bell Contributing Writer This year’s TEDx event at Wooster will take place in Scheide Music Center on Saturday, Nov. 8, focusing on the theme of pushing boundaries and limits. TEDx, a local version of TED talks, came to Wooster’s campus three years ago through the efforts of Christina Haupt ’13. The first event was […]

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Cornwell downplays student debt

Alex Kaufman   The fall edition of Wooster, the school’s alumni magazine, featured an article by President Grant Cornwell entitled “The Truth About Student Debt.” Cornwell argues that the national student debt crisis really isn’t a problem and cites a study claiming that only a quarter of students graduate with over $20,000 in student loan […]

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Documenting your life: the importance of journaling

Melissa Griffith As a kid, I never really understood why people kept diaries. I tried to understand, and I made and attempt to keep one, but I never saw the significance of recounting my day in a book. Furthermore, I could never write entries with any sort of consistency– — not once a day, or […]

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