Archive | December, 2017

Preserving C.O.W. values in new spaces

Today, Scot Lanes will be closing its doors for good. Beginning over the winter break, the space will be transformed to make way for new study and multi-purpose areas, as voted upon by the school administration. After less than a year of deliberation and after almost 50 years of serving the community, a piece of […]

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Be respectful of political differences

Over the last few weeks, the expression of conservative political ideas has once again come under attack by more extreme opposition. This has further highlighted the severe lack of respect that members of The College of Wooster have for diversity of thought. While the College Republicans (CRs) have been operating since the beginning of the […]

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Women fall to Case Western

Chloe Burdette Contributing Writer The Wooster women’s basketball team played a hard-fought game against the Case Western Reserve University Spartans this past Saturday at Horsburgh Gymnasium, but were defeated 86-54 by the scrappy Spartans. Case Western improved to 3-3 with the victory, while Wooster fell to a 2-4 record. The Fighting Scots started strong from […]

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Thunder good enough to bounce back from slow start to season

It’s the seventh week of the NBA regular season, and the Oklahoma City Thunder are in Orlando facing off against the Orlando Magic (8-13). With one minute left in the game, Paul George has 22 points, Carmelo Anthony 16 and Russell Westbrook with a team high 37 points, but when the buzzer sounds, the Thunder […]

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Men’s basketball drops hard-fought contest to Wabash

Saeed Husain Chief Copy Editor The College of Wooster men’s basketball team fell 85-72 Saturday afternoon at Timken Gymnasium to visiting Wabash College. The loss meant that the 25th-ranked Fighting Scots are now 1-2 in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) and 3-3 overall. Wabash took an early 8-2 lead just two minutes into the […]

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College considers adding environmental studies major

Desi LaPoole A&E Editor On Friday, Dec. 1, the environmental studies department chair Matthew Mariola held a meeting with students to discuss the development of a new environmental studies major. Since its creation in 2009, the environmental studies program has only been offered as a minor at the College. Unlike other schools in the Five […]

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