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SGA exec. board election results released

Spencer Gilbert elected as SGA president, Abbey Partika to be VP Stephen Lumetta News Editor While the country is paying attention to the presidential elections, The College of Wooster student body went to the digital polls to select its Student Government Association (SGA) executive board for the 2016-17 school year. Students chose Spencer Gilbert ’17 […]

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Staff shortages result in self-service Deli

Janel England Senior News Writer Upon returning to campus, students were notified via a sign in the Lowry Dining Hall that the Deli station, which was previously fully staffed, would now be self-serve. 

“Over Winter Break, we realized that we would start the second semester short-staffed while working to train new employees,” said Interim Director […]

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Trash can in Scovel men’s room set on fire

Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief A small trash can fire was discovered in Scovel Hall this past Monday, Feb. 1. 

According to a campus-wide email update on the incident sent out by Director of Security and Protective Services (SPS) Steve Glick, the fire was discovered by Service Center staff at approximately 2 p.m. in the […]

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Staff Committee conducting discussions

Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief The Staff Committee is in the midst of conducting a series of discussions with staff about their experience working at The College of Wooster. These discussions are being conducted to help the Strategic Planning & Priorities Advisory Committee (SPPAC) further their mission of examining compensation for College employees. Members of […]

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Investigation of threats ongoing

Meg Itoh
News Editor

Investigation into the bomb threats received by the College on Dec. 7 is ongoing. 

According to Steve Glick, Director of Security and Protective Services (SPS), the Wooster Police Department (WPD)’s investigation of the bombthreats is proceeding with assistance from SPS as necessary. 

Card swipe to access academic buildings, which became required after the […]

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Underground remains closed

The professional staff member who will run the UG is undetermined

Mariah Joyce
Editor-in-Chief

The Underground (UG) does not currently have an expected opening date, according to Assistant Director of Student Activities Julia Zimmer.

The UG has been closed since fall semester partially due to renovations to the space and partially because the College is still trying to determine […]

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