Archive | September, 2016

Large student turnout for first Presidential Debate

Janel England News Editor This past Monday, Sept. 26, students from the communications department hosted a viewing event for students at the College of Wooster to watch the first Presidential Debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The host students began the event a half hour before the actual debate, where […]

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Don’t Throw Shoes prepares for upcoming show with new members

Theresa Dunne Features Editor With just a few weeks of rehearsal under their belts, the five new members of Don’t Throw Shoes are preparing themselves for their first performance in the upcoming weeks. This year, the student improv comedy troupe welcomed Colin Ford ‘19, Bekah Smith ‘19, Ian Ricoy ‘20, Elyse Echegaray ‘20 and Henry […]

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CityTrek offers students experiential learning over Fall Break

Brandon Bell Contributing Writer Fall break may only be one week long, but organizations on campus are finding the time to host trips and programs whose influence they hope will extend beyond the eight or nine days students have without classes. A.P.E.X. is one such campus organization, hosting CityTrek — a two to three day […]

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Business economics welcomes speaker

Sanjana Kumbhani Contributing Writer An economist, investment manager and an author. No, I am not talking about three different people but one person who holds all three titles. This person is, in fact, going to be the James R. Wilson Series speaker this year. The series, sponsored by the business economics department aims to bring […]

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Photobook encapsulates 150 years of the College’s history

Daniel Sweat Features Editor It’s 1865. The nation is in turmoil after the Lincoln assassination. You are Reverend James Reed, the minister of the First Presbyterian Church at Wooster, and you really like nature. As you look out the window during congregational calls, you are overcome with the natural beauty of Wooster, Oh. And you […]

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New exhibition at College of Wooster Art Museum

Lily Iserson Viewpoints Editor The contemporary era embraces anxious liminality in Dusk to Dusk, a traveling art exhibition that transgresses boundaries of contemporary darkness, adopting a temporary home at our very own art museum, The College of Wooster’s Art Museum (CWAM). The collection opened this past Thursday, Sept. 29 in Ebert Art Center, with a […]

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