Archive | January, 2016

Senior Weekend to feature diverse performances

Michael Hatchett A&E Editor From Feb. 3 to Feb. 6, the College of Wooster Department of Theatre & Dance will be hosting Senior Weekend, featuring “original and innovative performance works by senior theatre & dance majors that explore territory outside of [the department’s] main stage productions in combinations with their theoretical research,” according to the […]

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Wilson Lecture Series begins

Sanjana Kumbhani Contributing Writer Over 45 years ago, Chuck Schwab founded a unique company in San Francisco that would, over time, come to be known as one of America’s biggest brokerage firms: The Charles Schwab Corporation. In October 2008, Ohio native Walt Bettinger took over as CEO of the company that is known by virtually […]

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WooCrew members model as mentors at Wooster High School

Vedica Jha Contributing Writer One of the many inspiring program houses on campus is WooCrew in Calcei House. Their program works at Wooster High School in an after school program that helps kids who are struggling in school. The program includes 10 College of Wooster students who work with high school students having difficulties in […]

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Student recognized for stellar research

Erika Purdy Contributing Writer This past summer, Annette Hilton ’17 spent 10 weeks researching a topic that was, quite literally, otherworldly. Through a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) funded and run by the National Science Foundation, Hilton, a geology major, worked with Juliane Gross, a former NASA scientist, to decipher the mystery and composition of […]

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Great Decisions Lectures focus on 2016 Presidential Election

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Every year since 1981, The College of Wooster has partnered with the local Wooster community to put together the Great Decisions Lecture Series. The overarching goal of the series is to promote continuous education among both Wooster students and area residents. Each year, the series focuses on a current global affairs […]

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Voter apathy leads to policies that hurt everyone

If you ever wondered why we pay taxes, and what happens when young voters do not turn out to have their voices heard, then you can look no further than Kansas. My native state has recently fallen on hard budgetary times due to our lovely Governor Sam Brownback. Governor Brownback, a hard-charging Reaganomics-loving Republican, assumed […]

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