Archive | February, 2019

College pitches Voluntary Retirement Incentive

Faculty and staff offered special retirement benefits for the 2018-19 academic year. Plan in motion since early November. Saeed Husain News Editor For the first time since 2010, the College is offering a voluntary retirement incentive plan for faculty and staff who are at or near the typical retirement age, according to President Sarah Bolton. […]

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Wooster must forge new paths to safety

There is a well-known anecdote about a school laying out their campus paths. When Ohio State was laying out walkways on their campus, they simply planted grass in the open spaces and let students walk where they needed to go. Obviously, this tactic resulted in paths being worn where students actually walked. On these student-made […]

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Friends and family celebrate Wooster basketball seniors

Matt Olszewski Sports Editor The College of Wooster men’s and women’s basketball teams both held their Senior Nights this past Saturday, Feb. 9 playing against Wittenberg University. Although both the men’s and women’s teams lost, it was still a very important night for the seniors who have had successful careers at Wooster. During Senior Night, […]

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Netflix’s “You” romanticizes the dangers of obsession

Korri Palmer Contributing Writer In honor of Valentine’s Day (a.k.a. the capitalist holiday that equates money with love), I figured I’d review Netflix’s new romantic thriller, “You.” At first glance, I saw the poster and was like, “Hey that’s Daniel Humphrey from “Gossip Girl” and I automatically assumed the show would be some corny rom-com. […]

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Greek Groups suspended following New Member Education

Bijeta Lamichhane Contributing Writer On Saturday, Jan. 26, Security and Protective Services (SPS) filed a report against different Greek organizations following seperate incidents that allegedly violated the Code of Conduct in The Scot’s Key. The organizations — Pi Kappa, Alpha Gamma Phi and Xi Chi Psi — were put on interim suspension while the incidents […]

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Scotlight: Carlos Desantiago

Carlos Desantiago ’21 talks about his involvement on campus with OLAS, the theatre department and Delta Chi Delta. What are the activities you are involved in on campus? I’m involved in the theatre department, [and] I’m involved in Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS). I’m the treasurer for OLAS, and I do a lot of […]

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