Archive | September, 2017

Scots honor Clayton Geib, handed first loss by DePauw

Ben Blotner Sports Editor The Fighting Scots football team took its first defeat of the season on Saturday, falling 51-24 to the DePauw Tigers, while honoring late teammate Clayton Geib ’18. The Tigers’ offense was impressive from the beginning, surging to a first-quarter lead and never looking back. Wooster players took the field with heavy […]

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Sorority Pi Kappa selects its first Diversity Chair

Zoe Covey Contributing Writer In order to support diversity among the student body at The College of Wooster, Pi Kappa, a campus sorority also known by the name of Peanuts, has decided to create the position of Diversity Chair. Alex Gordon ’18 has been chosen by the sorority to serve as the first in this […]

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Wooster’s Promise campaign reaches goal early

The effort to support students at The College of Wooster raised its goal of $165 million 10 months early Saeed Husain Chief Copy Editor In a video uploaded last week to The College of Wooster’s YouTube channel, Blake Moore ’80, Chair of the Wooster’s Promise campaign announced that approximately six months after the announcement of […]

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Theme announced for January’s M.L.K., Jr. Day

Lexi Riley Staff Writer The Martin Luther King Committee just announced its theme for the upcoming M.L.K., Jr. Day as “Drawn to Action.” Based on M.L.K.’s “Open Letter to Negro Youth,” the event hopes to stimulate dialogue and challenge people’s perceptions and beliefs on the topic of racism. The event will be an opportunity to […]

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VacantCampus Council seat filled

Nick Shiach assumes position for one semester Brandon Bell News Editor Nick Shiach ’20 has been selected to serve as an at-large representative on Campus Council, filling a vacancy created while Eric Guberman ’19, the student originally elected to the position, studies abroad this semester. Shiach, who was the runner-up in last spring’s election for […]

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Don’t confuse being “woke” with allyship

“Racists suck” is a general sentiment that I think most people on this campus would agree with. But before people mistake this article as a declaration of thanks and congratulations to the white allies at The College of Wooster, let me quickly say that this piece has other intentions. Last year, the viewpoint I wrote […]

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