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Wooster faculty will serenade the College at upcoming symphony

Katie Cameron A & E Editor This Sunday, three faculty members at The College of Wooster are proud to present “Flights of Fancy,” a concert in Gault Recital Hall at the Scheide Music Center. Carrie Culver, a soprano, Hild Peerson, a clarinet player, and Brian Dykstra will perform multiple pieces in various combinations. Peerson is […]

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Lettuce talk about Smoke

Daniel Sweat Features Editor When you first walk into Smoke: the Burger Joint, you think to yourself, “Wow, this is not as smoky as I anticipated.” Then, you take a breath of fresh, non-smoky air as you peruse Smoke’s expansive menu, thankful that they keep their delicious hickory smoke confined to the kitchen. The second […]

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Moot Court teams qualify for National competition

Sally Kershner Features Editor After competing in the regional competitions at Loyola University Chicago and The College of Wooster, the College’s own Moot Court team has qualified six students so far for the National Competition. These three teams of two consisted of: Brad Van Tyne ’17 and Maha Rashid ’19; Dawson Honey ’19 and Brianna […]

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Professor Roche offers new class to better understand Trump

Brandon Bell Contributing Writer Next semester, Jeff Roche of the history department will teach a seminar focusing on the politics of Donald Trump and the history of the electorate that supported him. The course, “The Creation of Trump’s America,” draws inspiration from a mock syllabus that 100 historians developed online in June. The syllabus, known […]

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Homework for Hoops service program is a slam dunk

Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor Since the 1970s, The College of Wooster has worked with the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN) in providing College students the opportunity to bridge the divide between the College community and the greater Wooster area. Among WVN’s program houses — and strengthening the student volunteer network on and off campus — is […]

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College of Wooster observes TDOR

Lily Iserson Viewpoints Editor Before Thanksgiving Break, in a small and intimate group setting, students gathered on the steps of Kauke Hall in honor of the international Transgender Day of Remembrance. Traditionally held in late November, the vigil acknowledges transgender lives lost as a consequence of anti-transgender violence around the world. QPOC, Wooster’s Queer People […]

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