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Scotlight: Professor Mark Wilson

Professor Mark Wilson discusses his current research, his history at The College of Wooster and his love for discovery. Wilson received this year’s Gilbert Harris Award from the Paleontological Research Institution and received his undergraduate degree here at The College of Wooster. He has published over 120 papers, some the result of paleontological research in […]

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Rabbi Dario Hunter is a valuable addition to CDI and C.O.W.

Desi LaPoole Features Editor When you meet Rabbi Dario Hunter, the first thing you’ll notice is his welcoming demeanor. Though he stands tall, his kind smile and confident voice makes one feel both engaged and at ease. Prior to our meeting, I had only seen him walking around campus a handful of times, likely dashing […]

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OLAS and C.O.W. Amnesty International host Fireside Chat

Zoe Covey Features Editor On Monday, Nov. 12, the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) and Amnesty International C.O.W. chapter hosted an event in Lowry Center about the state of immigration policy and asylum seekers in the United States over the past several months.  Called the Family Separation Fireside Chat, the goal of the event […]

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FYS fights inequality with community engagement

Larissa Lamarca Contributing Writer This semester the Global Health and Inequality First Year Seminar (FYS) led by Dr. Brooke Krause of the economics department has been working hard to put together a Giving Tuesday fundraiser and has done much more with their class time and service work. Students are making various items, including paper bread […]

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Scotlight: Sue Hollin

Sue Hollin discusses her time working in the post office and her relationship with the campus community. How did you start working at the post office? Well, before I worked at the post office, I worked at the post office in Dee’s Hallmark in the North Side of town. I had gotten to a point […]

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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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