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Housing designations to change for 2015-16

Mariah Joyce News Editor Due to the closing of the Holden Annex for renovations, there will be changes to housing for the 2015-16 academic year. These changes include making both Douglass and Babcock halls partial first-year dorms, increasing emphasis on all on-campus houses being filled to capacity, and until the afternoon of Tuesday, April 7, […]

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Campus Life under scrutiny

Meg Itoh Staff Writer The Campus Life Office will undergo an external administrative review by the end of this month. The decision for a review was prompted by a group of student leaders who met with the Board of Trustees’ Student Development Committee in February. “The Board of Trustees comes to campus once every semester […]

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College considers hiring outside investigator for Title IX cases

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief Administrators are considering hiring an external investigator to conduct fact-finding in Title IX violation cases, including sexual assault. The investigator, if hired, would be shared among the “Ohio Five” schools, including Denison University, Kenyon College, Ohio Wesleyan University and possibly Oberlin College. The investigator would be “an experienced Title IX professional who […]

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Longbrake hires new counselor

News Editor The College of Wooster recently hired Emily Harstine as a counselor at Longbrake Wellness Center after several short-staffed months resulted in a weeks-long waiting list for counseling appointments. “Our goal is to get ourselves fully staffed and with the addition of Emily we are a few hires away from that goal,” said Ray […]

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Director of Residence Life Zifzal resigns, Associate Dean Kracker soon to follow

Mariah Joyce News Editor On March 6, Amber Zifzal left her position as director of Residence Life at The College of Wooster; Associate Dean of Students Christie Bing-Kracker will also be leaving at the end of this year. According to Dean of Students Kurt Holmes, Zifzal will move to Muskingum University “in a role that […]

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CDGE to add new office, change name in response to Diversity and Inclusion Study

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief After persistent speculation about the future of the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement (CDGE), President Grant Cornwell emailed the campus community with his final decisions for the organization earlier this month. The CDGE will see a number of changes implemented in time for the 2015-16 academic year. The changes, listed in […]

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