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College pitches Voluntary Retirement Incentive

Faculty and staff offered special retirement benefits for the 2018-19 academic year. Plan in motion since early November. Saeed Husain News Editor For the first time since 2010, the College is offering a voluntary retirement incentive plan for faculty and staff who are at or near the typical retirement age, according to President Sarah Bolton. […]

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Greek Groups suspended following New Member Education

Bijeta Lamichhane Contributing Writer On Saturday, Jan. 26, Security and Protective Services (SPS) filed a report against different Greek organizations following seperate incidents that allegedly violated the Code of Conduct in The Scot’s Key. The organizations — Pi Kappa, Alpha Gamma Phi and Xi Chi Psi — were put on interim suspension while the incidents […]

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SGA Exec. Board elected, McCubbins wins pres.

Nikki Hoseus Contributing Writer On Thursday, Feb. 7, the election results for the Student Government Association’s (SGA) Executive Board seats were released. The Executive Board officers for 2019-2020 are: Emilee McCubbins ’20 (president), Nick Shereikis ’20 (vice president), Nabil Osborn ’20 (secretary) and Issac Weiss ’20 (treasurer).  McCubbins has been involved in SGA since her […]

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College holds discussion on campus harassment

Linnea Kedziora Contributing Writer On Thursday, Feb. 7, administration and representatives from the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) and Security and Protective Services (SPS) held a meeting in the Lowry Pit to discuss the harassment that took place between the evening of Saturday, Feb. 2th and the morning of Sunday, Feb. 3. The purpose […]

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Frigid temperatures cancel classes on Jan. 30

Classes and co-curriculars canceled, staff asked to choose between vacation day and risking travel in cold weather  Bejita Lamichhane Contributing Writer Grace Bodnovich Contributing Writer The Emergency Steering Committee (ESC) announced cancellations of classes on Wednesday, Jan. 30 in order to mitigate the risk of sustained exposure to cold temperatures and wind chills. The temperature […]

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College website undergoes revamp project

Linnea Kedziora Contributing Writer Wooster.edu is getting a revamp, with the project currently underway. According to Director of Technical Services Vincent DiScipio, this project is being taken on by the College Relations and Marketing sections of Web Communications. These updates come as a relief for students such as Nascha Brannon ’22 who finds the website […]

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