Archive | September, 2018

Wooster club sports funding issues continue

Saeed Husain Sports Editor Issues with funding for club sports on campus have continued, with their leaders criticizing the ambiguity regarding methods for fundraising.  These frustrations are following a demand by Campus Council (CC) during the budgeting process last year that clubs must pay 25 percent of their fees through self-generated means. What these self-generated […]

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Wooster Digital History Project creates food history walking tour

Katie Harvey Senior Features Writer There’s no doubt that the town of Wooster has a rich local food scene, from favorites like Spoon Market & Deli and Broken Rocks to gems like Local Roots Market and Café and Olde Jaol. To highlight this, the Wooster Digital History Project (WDHP), The College of Wooster history department’s […]

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Prioritize effective means of creating change

Doing good has become something of an obsession for me. Ever since I was a young child, I have hoped that I would someday be a person who did good for the world. I imagined that I would become a lawyer who fights to get justice for people who have been wronged, or maybe I […]

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Seeking fulfillment beyond academic life

And just like that, five weeks of the school year have gone by. If you’re anything like me, you have no idea how the fuck that happened. I think we have a tendency to forget just how quickly our time gets swallowed while we’re at school. And I don’t mean that just in a “I […]

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Pi Kappa celebrates 100 years as a local sorority at Wooster

Brian Luck Contributing Writer “The sisterhood of Peanuts/ Is like a glass of glue,” reads a Pi Kappa songbook made of gold and purple construction paper, which can be found in the Special Collections section of Andrews Library. “We’ll always stick together/ No matter what we do.” Established in 1918, Pi Kappa, more commonly known […]

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The Scene: Music or Noise?

For most people, a sheet of paper is not a musical instrument, much less the sole instrument used in the creation of an entire full-length album, but Steve Roden is not most people. Instead, he is a minimalist sound and visual artist who was commissioned in 2001 by the Los Angeles Public Library to create […]

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