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College considers adding environmental studies major

Desi LaPoole A&E Editor On Friday, Dec. 1, the environmental studies department chair Matthew Mariola held a meeting with students to discuss the development of a new environmental studies major. Since its creation in 2009, the environmental studies program has only been offered as a minor at the College. Unlike other schools in the Five […]

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New program to connect college, city residents

Two dinners and a service project in the works Zoe Covey Contributing Writer The College of Wooster has been awarded a grant of $5,000 from Campus Compact’s Fund for Positive Engagement to implement a program to build connections between students at the College and the citizens of Wooster. The program, called “Bridging Along Beall Avenue: […]

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Elevator broken in Lowry Center

Ryan Secard Contributing Writer On Thursday, Nov. 30, the main elevator in Lowry center stopped operating. According to Bob Henery, a manager of mechanical/electrical trades at the College, the elevator stopped working as a result of a failed electromechanical relay in the main control panel of the elevator. “The unit stopped operating and was stuck […]

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Incidents on Beall Ave. prompt panel on safety

The most recent incident is being investigated as a hate crime in conjunction with the Wooster Police Department Waverly Hart News Editor On Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 9:08 p.m., a ceramic coffee mug was thrown by a driver on Beall Ave. at a College of Wooster student who was identified as Juwan Shabazz ’19. Shabazz […]

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Arch Medals proposed as gifts from seniors

Natalia Parra Contributing Writer Student leaders and members of the administration have been working on a proposal for an awards system for seniors to give a medal to a staff or faculty member of the College upon graduation. The award, to be called an “Arch Medal,” was first proposed by Maggie Sestito ’18, the president […]

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BB, paintball gun shootings continue in Wooster

Wooster police and campus security are investigating similar incidents that have occurred throughout the city Lexi Riley-DiPaolo Staff Writer An uptick in crimes involving paintball and BB guns in the City of Wooster has also impacted The College of Wooster campus in November. Two reported incidents on Nov. 5 and 14 brought the running total, […]

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