Archive | February, 2015

The College should look within as it searches for next president

Ben Taylor As I’m sure all of you already know, President Cornwell sent out an email announcing his intention to leave The College of Wooster. I wish the President and Mrs. Cornwell all the best in their future endeavors and thank them for the time that they have spent at the College. Now, there certainly […]

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As president prepares to leave, campus prepares to lose Peg

Mickey Osthimer We all know it by now: President Grant Cornwell has had enough of semi-Arctic winters in Ohio and is dashing into the Florida sunshine come June. (Really, if this is news to you, you’re seriously too late. Do you even have a Wooster email?) But regardless of whether or not his position, or […]

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Language: it’s political

Alex Kaufmann I would like to preface this article by stating that I personally do not like the term “politically correct” or any variation of it. I think using this term to refer to using language that conveys a minimum amount of respect to other individuals makes it easy to write off as unnecessary, unrequired […]

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Dear White People: Why it’s important

Emerald Rutledge The first time I saw the film Dear White People, it was at the “I, Too, Am Harvard 2014 Blacktivism Conference” in October of 2014 at Harvard University. The attendees of the conference got to view the film a week before it premiered in theaters and meet with the writer of the film, […]

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Greetings in the cold make us warmer

Skylar Ruprecht It’s around this time of year, when boots tread snow inside and leave the floors salt-stained, that winter turns me into an agoraphobic amnesiac. I can’t remember the colors of autumn, and I can’t quite picture the blossoms of spring. Present days are cut short because I avoid going outside after dark. When […]

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In focus: seniors finishing I.S.

Sanjana Kumbhani Senior Features Writer With I.S. Monday only a couple of weeks away, the atmosphere on campus is reflective of the seniors’ drive to begin wrapping up their I.S. projects. There’s a mix of emotions: while seniors are pressured to tie together loose ends, they are also certainly looking forward to the freedom that […]

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