Archive | April, 2015

NCAA’s treatment of athletes is unacceptable Lincoln Plews

Allow me to describe a business plan: you set up a league of 350 basketball teams across the United States. These teams recruit talented players directly out of high school. Due to societal conditions and professional regulations, players’ other options are so limited that they effectively have no choice but to join your league. The […]

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Race and religion: their intersections today and in the past Chadwick Smith

In his speech at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference in 2012, the Rev. Dr. Mack King Carter said, “Part of the attraction to the eschaton is seeing how he [God] will work things out.” For many black people, we look at what has happened to our people throughout history and at our current situation in […]

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Babcock: C3 will miss you Tara Abhasakun

For those who don’t know, Babcock, Wooster’s international program dorm, will be moving non-traditional freshman (a term most often used to refer to gap-year students) to the third floor in replacement of students in the Cross Cultural Connections (C3) program. The reason for this, according to a Res Life employee, is that the Douglass basement […]

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Equestrian club: still kicking on campus Kelsey Large and Lauren MacDonald

When the average Wooster student thinks about horses, they probably think of teenagers in a chick flick galloping through flowers or of the Kentucky Derby Thoroughbreds thundering down the homestretch. However far away horses may seem from campus, they are actually here! It is about time that the Equestrian Club receives campus-wide recognition for the […]

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Newman Catholic Student Association goes to El Salvador on mission Colin Omilanowski

Over the second half of Spring Break, The College of Wooster’s Newman Catholic Student Association embarked on a mission trip to El Salvador, a predominantly Catholic country, basking in a culture brimming with opportunity for cultural exploration. One of the goals of our trip was to interact with students and understand how El Salvador is […]

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Remembering the life and career of Melissa Schultz

Annette Hilton Contributing Writer On Saturday, Feb. 7, Associate Professor of Chemistry Melissa Schultz died in a car collision at the intersection of Highland Avenue and Burbank Road. Originally from White Bear Lake, Minnesota, Schultz earned her Bachelor of Science and Ph.D. in chemistry from Creighton University and Oregon State University, respectively. She was a […]

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