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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to give Q&A with Wooster community

Allie Deyhle Staff Writer On Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Scot Center’s Timken Gymnasium, renowned NBA star and speaker on various social issues, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, will be addressing The College of Wooster at the Annual Mortensen Lecture. The community-wide conversation with Abdul-Jabbar will be guided by selected questions submitted by students under […]

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The Voice sits down with Dean Scott Brown for an interview

Tristan Lopus Editor in Chief The Division of Student Affairs (DSA) began the 2017-18 academic year with a re-designed structure and a detailed set of goals that thoroughly reimagined and solidified its mission. Composing those goals was no small task. The DSA includes small-scale versions of a health care system, a law enforcement agency, a […]

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Scotlight

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Sally Kershner Features Editor What is your role at Wooster? One of the hats I wear as Chaplain is helping to oversee religious and spiritual life. Supporting our faith-based student organizations, helping them in their programmatic vision […]

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Sex Ed Week educates, promotes sex positivity on campus

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer This past week, The College of Wooster engaged in “Sex-Ed Week,” a biannual week full of activities and discussions centered around sexual education, respect and consent. The week is sponsored by k(no)w, the College’s sexual advocacy and anti-rape culture group on campus, who collaborated with organizations such as Queer People of […]

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Wellness Center motivates students with new, unique challenge

Lexi Riley Staff Writer Starting Sept. 18 and going through Nov. 30, The College of Wooster’s Longbrake Student Wellness Center will be holding their first annual “The Mind/Body/Green Challenge.” The event includes four separate challenges each focusing on one of the themes of the contest: mind, body and healthy eating. Rachel David, health education coordinator […]

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Wooster grads impress at symposium

Robyn Newcomb Features Editor The growing strength of Wooster’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) department was reflected by the presentation of nine recent College of Wooster graduates’ Independent Studies at the Alexander Graham Bell Listening and Spoken Language Symposium this summer. These nine Wooster alumni comprised more than half of the 15 accepted submissions at […]

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