Archive | News

Large student turnout for first Presidential Debate

Janel England News Editor This past Monday, Sept. 26, students from the communications department hosted a viewing event for students at the College of Wooster to watch the first Presidential Debate between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The host students began the event a half hour before the actual debate, where […]

Read the full story

Posted in News, Online Only0 Comments

Black Student Association holds demonstation

BSA honored the victims of two recent police shooting, while simultaneously raising awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement Mackenzie Clark News Editor On Wednesday, Sept. 21, members of the Black Student Association (BSA) gathered outside of Lowry Center to stand in solidarity with the families and friends of victims of recent police shootings, such […]

Read the full story

Posted in News, Online Only0 Comments

College discusses changes to graduate qualities

Emily Anderson Contributing Writer During A.R.C.H., many students are first introduced to the qualities that they are expected to acquire during their time at The College of Wooster. However, after A.R.C.H. the importance of these qualities fades in comparison to more immediate concerns, such as scheduling and GPA. What exactly are graduate qualities and why […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments

Election Day petition suggested, rejected

Students detail plans to revisit petition in the next four years Emily Anderson Contributing Writer Recently, two students of the College of Wooster, Monét Davis ’19 and Jordan Griffith ’19, started a petition to have classes cancelled on Election Day this year. Inspired by Northwestern University’s announcement in June that classes would be cancelled on […]

Read the full story

Posted in News, Online Only0 Comments

Students register to vote amidst policy confusion

The College Democrats completed non-partisan training and are the only student group qualified to register voters Janel England News Editor Ohio’s status as a pivotal swing state makes it a desirable place to be registered to vote. But as the deadline for voter registration approaches on Oct. 11, there has been some confusion among The […]

Read the full story

Posted in News, Online Only0 Comments

Students propose new fraternity, Delta Gamma Tau

Oscar Bautista Staff Writer With the help of some third parties, Francisco Martinez ’19 and Anthony Cisneros ’19 are currently in the process of founding a new fraternity on campus: Delta Gamma Tau. The new fraternity strives to gather men from all cultures and faiths and unify them with a doctrine of multicultural social activism […]

Read the full story

Posted in News0 Comments