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Reusable mugs to be revamped next year

Mugs will use a carabiner system, just like reusable boxes Maddi O’Neill Editor in Chief The reusable mug program will undergo changes to increase its popularity in the coming years, including the introduction of gold carabiners starting next year. Mary Kate Norton ’19, the incoming vice president of Greenhouse, said the mug program is currently […]

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Student Life candidates visit the College of Wooster

Four candidates for VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students visited the campus Monday through Thursday. Meg Itoh News Editor Editors’ note: Because not all of the VP candidates’ names were released as of press time, we have decided not to include any candidates’ names out of fairness to those whose names could not be included […]

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CC will not pass alcohol policy before end of year

Stephen Lumetta News Editor Alcohol and the College policies surrounding alcohol have been much discussed at the College this academic year, but Campus Council (CC) will not pass a new alcohol policy this year, according to Chair of Campus Council Ben Taylor ’16. This means that the student body will be entering its first weekend […]

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Budget allocations released for the 2016-17 school year

The College of Wooster’s ice hockey team, BSA and WAC were among the student groups that received the most funds. Maddi O’Neill Editor in Chief The Allocation Committee released the 2016-17 distribution of the Student Activity Fee Monday, through an email from Assistant Director of Campus Life Rachel Messenger. Campus Council (CC) approved the recommended […]

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Small house repairs continued over Spring Break

Meg Itoh News Editor Small houses on campus underwent a number of repairs during Spring Break. These repairs came after several houses had structural issues earlier in the year, including Gable House, Scot Cottage and Lewis House. Students were notified by Steve Glick, director of Security and Protective Services (SPS), on Feb. 15 that no […]

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Graduate Students to serve in Res Life

Three students from Kent State University to live on campus Stephen Lumetta News Editor There will be some new faces on campus next year: three graduate students studying higher education at Kent State University will serve as assistants in the Division of Campus Life in the upcoming year. Two of the graduate students will be […]

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