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Jon Frey to speak on archaeological advances

Mariah Joyce Chief Copy Editor Jon Frey, archaeologist and assistant professor of art history at Michigan State University, is coming to the College to present “Excavating the Archives at the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Isthmia.” Isthmia, located in Greece, was an important religious site in the Panhellenic era, and one of four Panhellenic religious centers […]

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New group asks for student accountability

James May A new on-campus group is leading the charge to develop and expand the relationship between the student body and College of Wooster hourly wage employees. Headed by Cullen Dolson ’16 and Kristen Estabrook ’16, the group Heart Work is drawing the attention of students to work done by College staff. “We want to […]

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Students fill Kauke arch with snow for first time in seven years

A “hearty bunch” of students band together, hoping to cancel class the following day as per school legend Maddi O’Neill News Editor On Monday night, after three hours of hauling snow, College of Wooster students managed to fill the Kauke arch to the top for the first time since 2007. The process began at 9 […]

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Budget committee elected

Mariah Joyce Chief Copy Editor Student Government Association (SGA) recently held elections for their Budget Committee, which is tasked with determining the budgets for various student groups. In order to be considered for the Budget Committee, interested students filled out an application available on SGA’s website. A group of SGA senators, along with SGA’s Executive […]

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College selects new VP for finance

Wyatt Smith News Editor A search committee recently selected Deanna McCormick as the College’s new vice president for finance and business. The post was previously held by Laurie Stickelmaier, who left last summer for a similar position at Beloit College. Wooster’s vice president for finance and business is the institution’s chief financial officer, responsible for […]

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Soup and Bread’s popularity rebounds

Ben Taylor Viewpoints Editor Soup and Bread has more than doubled its average weekly attendance since last year, increasing from between 60 and 70 students a week to between 120 and 150, and is looking to grow further still. “We’re hoping to keep bumping up our average,” said Soup and Bread Coordinator Hannah Redding ’15. […]

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