Archive | September, 2017

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Tom Lockard has worked in the Service Center paint shop at The College of Wooster for 26 years. Lockard gave this interview while driving a golf cart, on his way to tackle a yellowjacket infestation for Security. A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College What kind of […]

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Religion lecture series presents on controversy of mysticism

Sally Kershner Features Editor The annual Fall Academy of Religion lecture series has returned to The College of Wooster, having begun Sept. 13 and continuing through Oct. 18. These lectures are hosted on campus thanks to an endowed fund, the Department of Religious Studies and Interfaith Campus Ministry. They contain a specific theme that addresses […]

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Timken Library seeks to celebrate underrepresented figures in science

Ryan Secard Contributing Writer In a stride toward upholding one of the College’s core values of diversity and inclusivity, the Timken science library is currently seeking nominations for four new displays honoring engineers, scientists or inventors from historically underrepresented groups. The displays are set to be dedicated during the spring 2018 semester and placed throughout […]

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Volleyball plays at Carnegie

Anna Hartig Staff Writer The College of Wooster Women’s volleyball team traveled to Pittsburgh, Penn. to play four matches at the Carnegie Mellon University Doubletree Invitational over this past weekend. The Fighting Scots played tough competition against Messiah College, Otterbein University, Geneva College and the University of Mount Union in order to prepare for conference […]

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Indians back in October, ready to win one for Cleveland

Growing up as a Cleveland sports fan hasn’t always been the most enjoyable experience. Watching your favorite teams lose for most of your life is brutal, plain and simple. I remember watching the Cavaliers lose the NBA Finals in 2007, the Eastern Conference Finals in 2009 and the devastating loss to the Celtics in 2010, […]

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Field hockey rolls to shutout of Earlham, falls to DePauw

Madeleine Lawson Contributing Writer The field hockey team came out to a great start this weekend with a shutout against Earlham College 2-0 at John P. Papp Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 23. The win brought them to a 6-2 record and the team’s best eight-game stretch to begin a season since 2009, when the team […]

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