Archive | November, 2016

College survey investigates student center functions

Caren Holmes Staff Writer Last week, the College sent out a “feasibility study survey” to the College community eliciting responses to better understand student and faculty usage of the Lowry Student Center. The survey, as part of a larger feasibility study being conducted by the College, is designed to gauge “long-term needs of the student […]

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Students organize silent protest in response to harassment

Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief In response to the increased incidents of harassment on Beall Avenue following the election of Donald Trump, College of Wooster students organized a silent protest last week. Wooster’s protest, held on Friday, Nov. 11 at 12 p.m., joined many other such protests on college campuses across the country. The focus […]

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Recent harassment on campus attributed to election

Students report a number of incidents on and around Beall Avenue following the election on Nov. 8 Jared Berg Editor in Chief College of Wooster students have reported incidents of verbal harassment on Beall Avenue and other locations on campus over the past week, some seemingly fueled by the results of the U.S. national elections […]

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CDI funding supports student activities

Funds are used to promote diverse events on campus Matt Woodward Contributing Writer Established in 2015, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion Programming Board offers the opportunity for students, faculty and staff to receive funding for events which promote the mission and values of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI). According to Shadra Smith, […]

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Soccer players earn NCAC honors

Jack Gilio Contributing Writer Last week, three sophomore Fighting Scots on the women’s soccer team received their first NCAC All-Conference nods. Emma Lawrence ’19 was named First-Team All Conference, while Caroline Dres ’19 and Harper Jones ’19 were both honorable mention recipients. Lawrence started every game for the Scots on defense. “[The coaches] asked me […]

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Football team falls flat in final facedown of the season

Ashley Ferguson Contributing Writer Despite a second-half resurgence on Saturday, The College of Wooster football team fell in its final game of the season to Ohio Wesleyan University and its strong start at Selby Stadium in Delaware, Oh. However, the Fighting Scots (4-6, 4-5 NCAC) are on the upswing. This season saw a two win […]

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