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The College celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Sept. 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, a month dedicated to celebrating Hispanic and Latino/a heritage and culture as well as recognizing the influence Hispanic and Latino/a Americans have had in shaping United States’ history. Thanks to the efforts of Proyecto Latino, Wooster’s Latino student association, students at […]

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Blackbirds take flight at Villanova

Lily Danielle Viewpoints Editor Blackbirds, The College of Wooster’s team and community of Irish dancers, has started preparations for an intercollegiate Irish dance festival and competition at Villanova University (which the team calls a ‘feis’). The team’s hopes for success at Villanova, combined with a variety of public performances that’ll stretch on through the year, […]

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Circle K returns to campus

Daniel Sweat Features Editor Gather ‘round, kids, it’s story time. A long time ago (like, three years ago), Circle K was a fairly large, student-run club that placed an emphasis on service, fellowship and philanthropy. At its peak, the club comprised over 70 members led by a dedicated president. Throughout the year, Circle K hosted […]

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College welcomes new dean of A.P.E.X., Dr. Jennifer Griffin

Daniel Sweat Features Editor  You, an eager and exuberant first year, have heard rumors that there’s a magical place on campus where all your dreams come true. Well, at least your dreams of studying abroad and getting a job after you graduate.   You wander to and fro across the campus before you finally stumble into the lower […]

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Fall religion lecture series graces Wooster

Monét Davis Contributing Writer  The Fall Academy of Religion will be hosting its 48th annual lecture series starting this month. Each semester, the Academy of Religion invites visiting and resident scholars at the College to speak on theological, textual and societal issues as they relate to religion and faith.   Every Wednesday from Sept. 14 to Oct. 19, […]

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Campus votes on chairs

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Over the past couple weeks, students, faculty and staff members have been taking time out of their hurried meals in the Lowry Dining Hall to participate in a campus-wide vote that will help Campus Dining Services decide which chairs will replace our beloved maroon beauties later this year. The voting process […]

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