Archive | January, 2019

CreateHER launches new initiatives for spring semester

Larissa Lamarca Contributing Writer Entering the new year, createHER is looking to connect with students and spread their mission. Many students have not yet heard of the group or are uncertain about its goals. Therefore, as the group continues to make its mark on the Wooster community, it aims to open up safe spaces that […]

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CWAM presents Doug McGlumphy’s “monumental”

Korri Palmer Contributing Writer With the semester in full swing, it is time for The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) to provide its community with more beauty for consumption. On Tuesday, Jan. 22, Doug McGlumphy presented his collection of  work titled “monumental” based on materials that remind him of political events in our current […]

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New club sparks a more diverse hip-hop community

Holly Engel A&E Editor Dance is a language we all speak, whether we’re popping and locking like a pro or showing off our best version of the Macarena. Often, dance is how we connect across countries and cultures, which is why Chasing Hip-hop Dance Team was formed in October of last year by its co-presidents, […]

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Toby joins as new program coordinator, UG to reopen

Samuel Casey News Editor In an update to Student Life and the Underground (UG), Sarah Toby was announced as the new program coordinator for Lowry Center and Student Activities, with her first day being Tuesday, Jan. 22. She previously held a position in Residence Life at Ashland University, but was interested in being involved with […]

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Critically engage with candidates

A lesser-known, but equally powerful speech Martin Luther King Jr. made was delivered on June 11, 1967. Five years after King gave his “I Had a Dream” speech describing a general hope for the future, he painted a more detailed picture of what a hopeful future in America would look like. He describes how the […]

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Global citizens have a responsibility to know history

The saying “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme” by writer Mark Twain rings true to this country’s actions. Since the beginning of time to the land which we stand on to this day which was stolen, numerous oppressive acts have been performed and such acts have been extremely detrimental to countless individuals, both […]

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