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Fairlawn residents appeal exorbitant electric bills

Anya Cohen Managing Editor The 12 students currently residing in the Fairlawn Apartments as participants of the Independent Senior Housing Option (ISHO) are petitioning the College after receiving electric bills in February and March that were more than double the cost of their electric bills from previous months. ISHO is a housing program that more […]

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SGA forms new committees to tackle campus issues

Maddi O’Neill News Editor The Student Government Association (SGA) has formed three new ad hoc committees that will soon begin meeting to tackle issues on campus. The first committee, known as the Respect Committee, will attempt to “push more responsibility into students’ hands for their actions,” according to SGA President Josh Foerst ’15. The idea […]

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C.O.W. math team top in nation

Mariah Joyce Chief Copy Editor On Friday, April 4, a College of Wooster team which had participated in the international Mathematical Contest in Modeling discovered that they had finished first in the nation and eleventh worldwide. The team, comprised of Popi Palchoudhuri ’16, Sunny Mitra ’16 and Dagm Ayalew ’16, was thrilled at the news. […]

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Room selection draws criticism

Wyatt Smith News Editor While reactions were mixed, this year’s room selection process came with its fair share of complaints. Most of the criticism was directed at an imbalance in the number of male and female rooms. More females than males participated in general room selection — due to a higher number of male students […]

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Common Grounds to host heavy metal music festival

Travgina Marmuff Cries at The Notebook In an effort to appeal to a wider demographic with its live music performances, Common Grounds will be hosting its first heavy metal festival on Saturday, April 6. While the campus’s chem-free coffeehouse is known primarily for quiet acoustic music on weekends, Gable House Grindfest is sure to bring […]

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RA busts students for drinking

Ear Ben Ben Needs Neosporin Narrowly avoiding what would have been the start of a descent into alcoholism, Holden RA Dennis Mayer ’15 wrote up one of his residents for underage alcohol last Monday afternoon. Mayer was walking around his hall following a class when he heard students being exceptionally loud at roughly 2:43 p.m. […]

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