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Back to basics: setting a baseline to discuss a living wage

Dani Gagnon Features Editor Last week, the Living Wage Campaign held a panel discussion composed of a researcher, faculty, student and a former employee of the College who all spoke to the role of a living wage on a national and local level. Despite a year of strong campaign efforts, basic questions concerning the foundational […]

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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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HOLLY House receives Morris Award

Oscar Bautista Contributing Writer “Thanks doesn’t even begin to cover what these students have done,” said Holly Tate, executive drector of HOLLY House, the organization that will receive the monetary portion of the J. Howard Morris and Josephine L. Morris Service Award. Michael Bush ’16, is the recipient of this year’s Morris Award and identified […]

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A bigger and better space for Spoon Market

Dani Gagnon Features Editor Ever since word got out that Spoon was moving, the Wooster community has been looking forward to the grand reveal of their favorite sandwich shop’s new and improved location. Now that the opening date is nearly here, friends have been comparing what they’ve heard concerning the opening date, trying to identify […]

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Donate books tobenefit the incarcerated

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Book sales are a staple of the end of the school year. From first-semester textbooks still floating around to the hand-picked recommended reads from some English major, many students find that they do not want to lug these books home when packing up their dorm rooms for the summer. In addition […]

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Cicadas rise after 17-year slumber

Brandon Bell Contributing Writer It’s spring, and that means seniors will soon walk into the Oak Grove to a crowd of well-wishing advisors, families and friends at Commencement. But a less welcome guest might outnumber them all. This spring is expected to be the year in which the cicada population in Ohio and West Virginia […]

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