Archive | April, 2015

Softball falls in doubleheader against Case Western

Megan Zerrer Contributing Writer The Wooster women’s softball team played two home games this weekend against Case Western Reserve University. Unfortunately, the women walked away defeated in both games. Wooster pitchers Maddy Chase ’18 and Jenna Kendall ’17 played well, keeping the Fighting Scots competitive, but in the end it wasn’t quite enough. The Spartans […]

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Lacrosse gets back on track with win over DePauw

Sheamus Dalton Sport Editor After losing three straight games against NCAC conference opponents, The College of Wooster men’s lacrosse team rebounded with an impressive 14-3 victory over DePauw University on Saturday.  In their first eight games this season, the Scots (8-4, 3-2 NCAC) were in good form, winning seven. However, a two-week period that included […]

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Finding a New Love of the Game

Caroline Bybee If you want to get to my house from Houston’s Intercontinental Airport, you have to drive past downtown. My dad is always the one to pick me up when I fly in. By the time we hit downtown, we’ve inevitably run out of life updates to share. And so, seemingly without fail, as […]

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Tennis team splits matches

Anna Duke Sports Editor The Wooster women’s tennis team traveled to Delaware, Ohio to attend a tri-match with Ohio Wesleyan University and Adrian University this past weekend. The Scots split the two matches, losing to Ohio Wesleyan 2-7 and beating Adrian College 6-3. The tennis team had a rough start to its season, losing nine […]

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Director of Residence Life Zifzal resigns, Associate Dean Kracker soon to follow

Mariah Joyce News Editor On March 6, Amber Zifzal left her position as director of Residence Life at The College of Wooster; Associate Dean of Students Christie Bing-Kracker will also be leaving at the end of this year. According to Dean of Students Kurt Holmes, Zifzal will move to Muskingum University “in a role that […]

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CDGE to add new office, change name in response to Diversity and Inclusion Study

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief After persistent speculation about the future of the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement (CDGE), President Grant Cornwell emailed the campus community with his final decisions for the organization earlier this month. The CDGE will see a number of changes implemented in time for the 2015-16 academic year. The changes, listed in […]

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