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Longbrake Wellness Center hosts Food Tours

Megan Kaplan Contributing Writer Eating in the same cafeteria every day can get tiresome, so the Longbrake Wellness Center and Dining Services have joined together to hold Lowry Food Tours. The hope of these tours is to reverse that feeling of boredom. Rachel David, a staff member in the Office of Health Education at the […]

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Scotlight: Thanh Nguyen

Thanh Nguyen ’19, a double major in studio art and computer science, discusses her process for her junior I.S. and her plans for her senior I.S. What is it like to be a double major in studio art and computer science? I was actually really hesitant about it because, you know, that’s a large work […]

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Hidden Science Superstars introduces new additions to Timken

Zoe Covey Features Editor After over a year in the making, those honored by the Hidden Science Superstars Initiative were unveiled on Oct. 17, making it obvious how much care and thought went into the project. Beginning in the summer of 2017, the project was conceptualized by the recently appointed head librarian Irene Herold when […]

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BWO develops mentorship program for young black women

Aubri McKoy Contributing Writer The College of Wooster’s Black Women’s Organization (BWO) has recently established a new mentoring program. Discussion for this program began during the spring 2018 semester. The proposed mission sought a number of things, one of which was to help bridge the gap between The College of Wooster community and the City […]

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Community responds to rising homelessness levels

Local church that collaborates with community breakfast program house aids to alleviate the challenges of poverty Maggie Dougherty News Editor As busy students with deadlines and club activities consuming our time, it is easy to forget that we are part of a larger community. Moreover, lack of information about and interaction with local Wooster residents […]

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Scotlight: Tonya Besancon

Tonya Besancon, a staff member at the College, talks about working in the new Knowlton Café, her hobbies, her family and what it is like to live on a farm. Where are you from? We live on a dairy farm on the Back Orrville Road. How long have you been working at the college? 18 […]

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