Archive | October, 2017

After early playoff exit, Indians face crucial offseason decisions

I remember watching the Cleveland Indians during a record-breaking 22-game win streak, taking not only the MLB, but the sports universe by storm. The city of Cleveland was rocking and excited to see this ball club compete in the postseason. Entering October, the expectation for this 102-win team wasn’t just to compete in the playoffs, […]

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Men’s soccer battles to draw, women’s team falls to Denison

Sam Kuhn Senior Sportswriter The Men’s and Women’s soccer teams traveled to Granville, Oh. this past weekend to take on Denison University in NCAC action. The men weathered a barrage of shots en route to a 0-0 draw while the women went down early and mounted a comeback that was too little too late, and […]

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Field hockey fights hard in pair of conference games

Anna Hartig Staff Writer The College of Wooster’s field hockey team played against tough competition this past weekend as they traveled to Richmond and Greencastle, Ind. The Fighting Scots took on two crucial conference competitions against the DePauw Tigers and the Earlham Quakers. While the results were not in favor of the Scots, the team […]

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Scotlight

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Sally Kershner Features Editor Could you describe the role you’ll be filling at St. John’s University next semester? What do you hope to learn or accomplish? St. John’s University in Queens, Ny. has appointed me to be […]

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Wooster professor contributes to major archaeological find

Eleanor Linafelt Chief Copy Editor In 2012, Olivia Navarro-Farr, professor of archaeology at The College of Wooster, made the news with her discovery in Guatemala of the royal tomb of Lady K’abel, a seventh-century Mayan ruler. This past summer, as part of an investigation that Navarro-Farr’s research grant funded, a group of Guatemalan archaeologists made […]

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CDI film series gives visibility to underrepresented groups

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer The Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) at The College of Wooster has been hosting a series of films focused on intersectionality and inclusion this year. Appropriately titled the “Intersectional Film Series,” CDI will be screening two films each semester that expose the student body to narratives, directors and actors that […]

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