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Housing costs discussed with SGA and CC

Ryan Secard Contributing Writer The Dean of Students office recently announced the conclusion of discussions with student leaders on the issue of determining equitable housing prices for incoming first year students. Although not a formalized group, a self-described “task force” handled discussions on the housing issue between student leaders and the Dean of Students office. […]

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Student shot with paintball gun on Beall Ave.

Similar incidents have occurred around the City of Wooster, according to Wooster Police Desi LaPoole A&E Editor On Sunday, Nov. 5, College of Wooster student Chen Wu ’20 was shot with a paintball gun as she was walking on Beall Ave. in front of Babcock Hall. “I was walking in front of Babcock Circle heading […]

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Globetrotters to perform at Scot Center in Feb.

Saeed Husain Chief Copy Editor A press release issued Nov. 7 on The College of Wooster website announced that famed exhibition basketball team the Harlem Globetrotters will take on archrivals the Washington Generals at Timken Gymnasium, as part of the Globetrotters’ 2018 World Tour. “We are very excited that the Harlem Globetrotters will be coming […]

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Student leaders hold open meeting

Discussion centered on the College’s pros and cons Zoe Covey Contributing Writer On Monday night, the Strategic Planning & Priorities Advisory Committee (SPPAC) held an open meeting with the intention of facilitating a dialogue with Wooster students about ways that the College is succeeding as a place of learning and living, as well as the […]

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Three new female trustees join Board

Board of Trustees incorporates new perspectives Brandon Bell News Editor Three women were appointed to the College’s Board of Trustees at the governing body’s meeting in late October. Mary Gearen ’79, Jilliene Johnson ’08 and Meret Nahas ’10 were all voted in by the existing membership of the Board, which has now increased to 43 […]

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Delta Chi Delta receives charter approval

Zoe Covey Contributing Writer Delta Chi Delta, formerly known as Delta Gamma Tau, was chartered by Campus Council on Nov. 2. The co-presidents of the fraternity, Anthony Cisneros ’19 and Francisco Martinez ’19, said that they felt gratification and validation upon receiving approval for their charter. “Our immediate reaction was sobering. It felt like it […]

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