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Chaos in Armington

Intoxicated visitor sets off extinguisher in hallway at 3 a.m., triggering fire alarm Wyatt Smith News Editor Around 3 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 7, an intoxicated young man set off a fire extinguisher in the second and third floors of Armington Hall, activating the fire alarm and coating the floor and walls with powdery extinguishing […]

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Upcoming Campus Council elections will implement new system

Maddi O’Neill News Editor Campus Council will hold its first election under a new system of representation from Feb. 18 to Feb. 20. Instead of being chosen by student organization, Campus Council seats will be allocated by issues including international diversity, racial diversity, gender and sexuality diversity, service and civic engagement and selective organizations. In […]

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Water damage to Shack to cause delays in the College’s ownership

Ben Taylor Viewpoints Editor The recent spell of cold weather has caused the water pipes at the building that formerly housed the Shack to burst, resulting in a substantial deal of damage to the property and potentially affecting efforts by the college to acquire it. “I haven’t seen the damage first hand,” said Dean of […]

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College considers options for new science building

Debt financing on the table for the massive project Maddi O’Neill News Editor The forthcoming construction of a new science facility will cost an estimated $40 million, and will be the largest project the College has ever undertaken. Due to the size of this expense, administrators are considering using some debt financing to pay for […]

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Reusable to-go boxes coming soon

Greenhouse working with Dining Services to implement plan next semester Wyatt Smith News Editor The student group Greenhouse is working with Wooster’s Dining Services to implement a reusable to-go box program next semester. “The change has not yet been approved,” clarified Chuck Wagers, director of Campus Dining and Conference Services, “although the motivation for change […]

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SGA holds elections

New president Josh Foerst ’15 says SGA will focus on budget, presence on campus Wyatt Smith News Editor Last week, Wooster’s Student Government Association (SGA) held its annual elections. Josh Foerst ’15 was elected SGA president, replacing Molly McCartt ’14. Vice President Kelsey Schreck ’15, Secretary Kristina Schiavone ’15 and Treasurer DJ Sullivan ’15 round […]

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