Archive | December, 2018

Three final candidates for CDEIO visit campus

The search committee describes process of narrowing down candidates for Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (CDEIO) Laura Haley Maggie Dougherty News Editors In August, President Bolton sent a campus wide email explaining that the search process would begin to fill a new position: the College’s first Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (CDEIO). On […]

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The Scene: Panopticon presents a unique blend of sounds

Despite a brief respite last weekend, it appears that winter is indeed here. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, for winter is perhaps the greatest season of them all for musical introspection. Trapped inside increasingly small rooms, facing painful temperatures outside, the soul opens to the magic of music. To celebrate this turn of […]

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Be good for goodness’ sake this season

If you’re like me, the second after Thanksgiving ends a switch gets pulled. A switch that plays Christmas music even when you’re not actually listening to Christmas music. Sometimes you hear obscure songs like Gayla Peeve’s “I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas,” or Bing Crosby’s rendition of “Good King Wenceslas,” but lately the songs in […]

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Multicultural organizations share their perspectives at panel

Desi LaPoole Features Editor Last Tuesday, Nov. 27, Bodies of Diversity (BoD), formerly known as Brothers of Diversity, hosted this year’s Multicultural Student Organization Panel, in which 13 of the College’s multicultural organizations, including African Students Union (ASU), South Asian Committee (SAC) and the International Student Association (ISA), joined together to express the hopes, concerns […]

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Stan Lee became a hero in his own right, leaving a legacy

Zeke Martin Contributing Writer Stanley Martin Lieber, better known as Stan Lee, the creator of the Avengers, the X-Men and Black Panther, passed away on Nov. 12.  Thousands have payed tribute to Lee in the wake of his passing, including Tokyo Comic Con, which unveiled a memorial to him at this year’s convention.  And at […]

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Scotlight: Dr. Ron Hustwit

Dr. Ron Hustwit, a professor who has spent the last 52 years in Wooster’s philosophy department, reflects on his time at the College. Could you give us a quick introduction? Hi, I’m Ron Hustwit. I’m in the philosophy department, and I’m an old man.  How long have you been working at the College? 52 years. […]

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