Archive | October, 2016

Light punishments highlight NFL’s weak stance on domestic violence

It would be the understatement of the century to say that I do not understand the NFL’s policies when it comes to punishing players who have been charged with assault and domestic violence. But to put my complete and utter confusion into perspective, let me share some statistics. Frank Alexander, a Carolina Panthers defensive end, […]

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Women’s soccer falls in second half

Roger An Contributing Writer Soccer games can end up being nailbiters, where one or two goals typically make the difference between the win or loss. The College of Wooster women’s soccer team fought hard but came up a bit short 0-1 to Case Western Reserve on Saturday. The Fighting Scots were on an eight game […]

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Swimming and Diving kick off season with a victory

Shelley Grostefon Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots swimming & diving team commenced their dual meet season with a win over Wittenberg University at home on Saturday, Oct. 22. The men’s team won 125-80 and the women’s team won 130-92. The team has competed in one other meet this year, which was on Oct. 15 […]

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Field Hockey pulls ahead in overtime to snag the win

Aleksi Pelkonen Sports Editor A pair of seniors scored a goal apiece for The College of Wooster field hockey team against Wittenberg University on the team’s Senior Night, ensuring a 2-1 victory for the Scots. After conceding a goal to the Tigers less than a minute into the game, Leah Prescott ’17 tallied for the […]

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Board of Trustees creates fund following student protest

Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief Following a student-led demonstration, the Board of Trustees has created the Reggie Williams and Dale Perry Fund to promote the hiring of more racially and ethnically diverse faculty at The College of Wooster. The student demonstration, organized by Chadwick Smith ’17, was in part a response to a trustee’s comments […]

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Student petition calls for more Wellness counselors

Lengthy waitlists inspire a petition requesting the addition of four to five new counselors in the Longbrake Student Wellness Center Lily Iserson Viewpoints Editor On Oct. 21, Justine Walker ’18 and Arielle Welch ’18 introduced a new petition calling for the immediate placement of new counselers at Longbrake Student Wellness Center before the Board of […]

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