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Director of Residence Life Zifzal resigns, Associate Dean Kracker soon to follow

Mariah Joyce News Editor On March 6, Amber Zifzal left her position as director of Residence Life at The College of Wooster; Associate Dean of Students Christie Bing-Kracker will also be leaving at the end of this year. According to Dean of Students Kurt Holmes, Zifzal will move to Muskingum University “in a role that […]

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CDGE to add new office, change name in response to Diversity and Inclusion Study

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief After persistent speculation about the future of the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement (CDGE), President Grant Cornwell emailed the campus community with his final decisions for the organization earlier this month. The CDGE will see a number of changes implemented in time for the 2015-16 academic year. The changes, listed in […]

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Members of Presidential Search Committee chosen

Meg Itoh Staff Writer In light of President Grant Cornwell’s impending departure for a position at Rollins College, the Board of Trustees has formed two search committees. The first will seek an interim leader for the 2015-16 school year, and the second will be dedicated to finding a permanent successor to Cornwell, who will leave […]

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Cornwell resigns as College president

Meg Itoh Staff Writer President Grant Cornwell will vacate his position on June 30, having accepted a new position as president of Rollins College in Florida. According to an email from Board of Trustees Chair Bill Longbrake sent shortly after disclosure of his resignation, the decision came as a surprise to the Board. Cornwell cited […]

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College continues search for replacement for Dean MarTeze Hammonds

Mariah Joyce News Editor Although the title and specific job description have yet to be determined, The College of Wooster intends to conduct a search for a replacement for MarTeze Hammonds. In early January of this year, Hammonds left the College for a position at Arkansas Technical University in Russelville, Arkansas. At the time, Hammonds […]

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WAC to lose administrative funding due to budget cuts

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief As departments across campus prepare for impending sustainable budget cuts, the students who run the Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) are readying for a major loss in their budget. WAC’s administrative budget, more than $35,000, will not be provided for the 2015-16 academic year, according to leaders of the group. WAC’s budget is […]

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