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Scotlight: Simon Weyer

Simon Weyer ’19 discusses running cross country and track, his interest in brewing beer and how he became interested in calisthenics and bodyweight fitness. What, outside of academics, are you most proud of in your time at Wooster? I’d say I’m most proud of my time with track and cross country. Personally, I’m most proud […]

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Anniversary lecture explores the evolution of Frankenstein

Zoe Covey Features Editor Last Friday, Dr. Irene Herold, head librarian for The College of Wooster, gave a lecture on the enduring relevance of Mary Shelley’s most famous work, “Frankenstein: Or the Modern Prometheus,” for its 200 year anniversary. The inspiration for the lecture was an exhibit produced by the National Library of Medicine entitled […]

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Queer organizations celebrate LGBTQ+ history month

Abby Everidge Staff Writer October was LGBTQ+ History Month and the organizations at The College of Wooster have had events all month celebrating. The Center for Diversity and Inclusion led the second open house for their new safe space to announce its official title of “The Q Space.” Queer People of Color (QPoC) held a […]

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Sexual Respect Coalition moves forward after name change

Larissa Lamarca Contributing Writer After careful consideration, members of the student organization, k(no)w, have decided to change their name to Sexual Respect Coalition (SRC). The decision to change names was largely due to the problems new students had understanding the function of the organization. “During events such as Scot Spirit Day, we would have to […]

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International Education Week provides unique opportunities

Coral Ciupak Editor in Chief Tonight begins the annual International Education Week (IEW) at The College of Wooster, a week-long event celebrating international education and global diversity. While IEW has been celebrated at the College for over 30 years, it was not recognized at the national level until 2000 as a joint initiative of the […]

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Scotlight: Ben Jenkins

What is it like to double major in physics and Chinese? It’s a blast! They’re two things I’m really interested in. I love doing both of them. They’re both so different that when I get tired of doing one I can switch to the other. They each work a totally different part of your brain, […]

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