Archive | November, 2018

Swimming teams dominate over Oberlin and Wittenberg

Ben Blotner Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots swim and dive teams were both successful in their matchups against the Oberlin College Yeomen and Yeowomen, and Wittenberg University Tigers on Nov. 17. The men were victorious by scores of 197-77 against Oberlin and 208-70 over Wittenberg, while the women came out on top by scores […]

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Student panel shares pleasures and struggles of study abroad

Abby Everidge Staff Writer On Nov. 8, there was a panel on off-campus study organized by Monét Davis ’19 titled “Real World Study Abroad: A Panel Discussion Reflecting on Identities Beyond Wooster.” Davis was joined by fellow students who have also studied off-campus, including: Monét Davis, who studied abroad in Rabat, Morocco; D’Khorvillyn Tyus ’19 […]

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SGA and administration panel addresses budget concerns

Zoe Covey Features Editor  On Nov. 13, the Student Government Association (SGA) collaborated with college administrators on an event meant to clarify the ways the College utilizes its funds and the current priorities of the school for the budget. The Budget 101 Meeting featured President Sarah Bolton, Interim Vice President for Finances and Business Charles […]

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Men’s basketball starts season off strong

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor For being the winningest NCAA team of the 2000s, The College of Wooster Men’s Basketball team of the 2018-2019 season only knew one way to live up to the achievements of their predecessors — to come out of the gates with a 4-0 record. The squad debuted their season with a […]

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U.S. intervention is at root of immigration crisis

Just when I thought I might finally be free from having to read hypocritical neoliberal bullshit from former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, it managed to drag itself back into view. Last week, her comments on immigration in an interview with The Guardian drew relatively widespread attention: specifically, that “Europe […]

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C.O.W. Equestrian club excited for Regionals

Matt Olszewski Staff Writer The College of Wooster Equestrian club has been a very successful club sport on campus ever since it formed in 2003 and started showing in 2004. The club has been competitive with other colleges around the region in hunter and dressage, and several riders in the club have qualified for competitions […]

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