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$70,000 to be reallocated to student organizations

Mariah Joyce News Editor At the end of each school year, chartered campus groups apply for funding through the Student Government Association (SGA) for the coming school year. Funds are drawn from an account, which pools the student activity fees collected from the student population at the beginning of the academic year. Because of this, […]

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New wireless network faces uncertain start

Mary Jeffries Senior News Writer The Internet connectivity problems experienced campuswide last Thursday are part of the switch to the new wireless network, which I.T. began to implement this summer. According to Chuck Wagers, director of Campus Dining and Conference Services, and Michael Hicks, director of Bookstore Operations, commercial locations across campus closed Thursday due […]

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Cornwell initiates study on diversity

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief College President Grant Cornwell has selected a small number of faculty and administrators to undertake a Diversity and Inclusion Listening Study, which will aim to identify problem areas in the campus community with respect to whether the College does enough to support its current level of diversity. In the past year, the […]

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Renovations, flooding bring summer changes to College College buildings suffered several damages over summer months, prompting renovations and repairs

Mary Jeffries Senior News Writer Over the summer several College of Wooster buildings underwent renovations and suffered from issues caused by water damage. According to Associate Dean of Students Christie Bing-Kracker, Kate House is slated for renovation later this year and has been declared uninhabitable until the repairs are made. Once renovated, the house is […]

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Professor launches Peace Corps Preparation program

Mariah Joyce News Editor In the coming weeks, Wooster will launch its first Peace Corps Prep program, joining 24 other colleges and universities nationwide with similar groups, which are part of a five year-old national push to engage students in the Peace Corps. The number of such programs has been on a steady rise in […]

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Students rally in support of Ferguson, Missouri More than 50 students attended the rally for Michael Brown in downtown Wooster

Mary Jeffries Senior News Writer In response to the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, members of the Wooster community gathered at the downtown gazebo on Sunday, Aug. 24, as part of a rally to commemorate Michael Brown, who was shot and killed in Ferguson on Aug. 10. Singing could be heard from a block away […]

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