Archive | February, 2017

Educational Policy Committee outlines new curriculum

Mackenzie Clark News Editor The Educational Policy Committee (EPC) is working with students, staff and faculty to review the College’s current curriculum and graduate qualities in preparation for presenting an outline of a new curriculum to faculty later this semester. EPC is a standing committee that is made up of staff and faculty members, as […]

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Faculty pens letter against fraternity Phi Omega Sigma

A letter signed by at least 48 faculty members is calling for the removal of the fraternity’s charter Caren Holmes Staff Writer At least 48 members of The College of Wooster faculty have signed a letter addressed to President Bolton, Dean Brown and Campus Council demanding the permanent revocation of the Phi Omega Sigma fraternity, […]

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Campus Council, SGA pass joint resolution

Brandon Bell Staff Writer Campus Council and Student Government Association (SGA) have passed a joint resolution supporting the College’s commitment to protecting students currently attending Wooster under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, which President Donald Trump promised to revoke in his campaign. Under DACA, current students who came to the United States […]

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Campus Council discusses charter reviews

Public forum held to discuss charter review policy Meg Itoh Viewpoints Editor Campus Council (CC) held a public forum further discussing the charter review policy on Feb. 16. Discussion was centered on the conflicting opinions regarding the extension of the charter review policy. Heather Smith ’17, gender/sexual diversity representative of CC, expressed fear that continuing […]

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Living Wage Campaign deserves revival

As The College of Wooster community continuously works together to create the best learning environment possible, we need to remember that the ultimate goal of learning is, or should be, to create positive change. To go to college is to invest time and money on the idea that such a form of education will be […]

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Challenge your reliance on technology

We constantly hear about how we have become too addicted to our phones, that phones and technology are ruling our day-to-day activities, that we don’t spend enough time talking to strangers and that we use phones to escape casual human interaction. Critiques like these are so commonplace that we hardly notice them. Rarely do we […]

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