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EPC proposes new curriculum outline

Committee holds open meeting in Kauke Tower Ryan Secard Contributing Writer The members of the Educational Policy Committee met with the student body last week to present their “working framework” of possible revisions to the College Curriculum. During the meeting, EPC members Margaret Sestito ’18 and Dean for Curriculum and Academic Engagement Henry Kreuzman introduced […]

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FGSO, Let’s Taco About Food Chartered by CC

Brandon Bell Staff Writer The charters of two new student groups, the First Generation Students Organization (FGSO) and Let’s Taco About Food, were approved by Campus Council on Thursday, April 27. Both groups are the latest groups to be chartered, after the European Students Association’s charter was approved on April 13. FGSO seeks to provide […]

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Students react to keynote Commencement speaker

Former President Grant Cornwell is scheduled to speak and receive an honorary degree Caren Holmes Staff Writer Several senior students, dissatisfied with the selection of former College of Wooster President Grant Cornwell as the 2017 Commencement speaker, organized to meet with President Sarah Bolton and members of the administration to address their concerns. Scott Wagner […]

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Vandalism, graffiti found on campus patio

Janel England News Editor On the morning of April 30, red graffiti was discovered on the small patio located on Pearl Street next to the Admissions Office. The graffiti consisted of the phrases “Kill liberals,” “Fuck Dean Brown” and “Comms will win” as well as multiple depictions of the hammer and sickle, a well-known communist […]

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Resident Assistants hold menstrual drive

Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor For the remainder of April, The College of Wooster resident assistants will collect pads, tampons, menstrual cups and packaged panties as part of a menstrual drive. The drive, dubbed “Panty Raid,” was started by Olivia Lawrence ’18 and Marlee Pavlechko ’19 as an outreach community builder focusing on service for the […]

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College raises tuition for 2017-2018 school year

Cost of attendence finally surpasses $60,000 Jared Berg Editor in Chief In November, The College of Wooster announced that tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 academic year will total $48,600, with room and board raising this figure to a “comprehensive fee” of $60,000. In the past, tuition for the succeeding academic year was set by […]

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