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Student plans rally in downtown Wooster

Collaboration with local religious leaders promotes peace and community Caren Holmes Staff Writer In response to student and community concerns surrounding the presidential election, Alexandra Pereyra ’17 is collaborating with local religious leaders to organize a rally in downtown Wooster at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 9. Pereyra explains that the purpose of the rally […]

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Campus community identifies strategic priorities

Mackenzie Clark News Editor On Monday, Nov. 28, the Strategic Planning & Priorities Advisory Committee (SPPAC) held an open meeting on strategic priorities. The meeting was an opportunity for students, staff and faculty to share what they feel are the most important priorities for the College in the near future. In an email sent to […]

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Scot’s Key is currently undergoing revision

Victoria McCaslin Contributing Writer Campus Council has made some minor changes to the school’s noise policy in the Scot’s Key. The changes come from an extended Campus Council project that will continue to the end of 2018, aimed at revising the Scot’s Key to make it more concise and easier for students to use. So […]

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Third alleged Title IX violation under investigation

A third Title IX investigation has been opened by the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has opened a third Title IX investigation at The College of Wooster. The complainants received official confirmation that their case had been accepted and […]

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#WooTalks discusses moving forward post-election

Matt Woodward Contributing Writer On Monday Nov. 21, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) hosted its third #WooTalk since the program first found its way onto campus this past summer. #WooTalks are dialogues about different issues facing Wooster or the world and deal with the themes of campus climate, justice and diversity. HerBrina Shepherd, […]

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CDI funding supports student activities

Funds are used to promote diverse events on campus Matt Woodward Contributing Writer Established in 2015, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion Programming Board offers the opportunity for students, faculty and staff to receive funding for events which promote the mission and values of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI). According to Shadra Smith, […]

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