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Custodians will no longer clean program houses

Saeed Husain Staff Writer Students residing in program houses this semester at The College of Wooster arrived to the announcement that they will no longer receive the cleaning services provided by custodial staff in the past. The decision by the College has irked some students, who feel that they weren’t told of the change enough […]

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Campus groups take action after DACA decision

Students, faculty and administration gather for rally, pursue other events on campus related to immigration policy Brandon Bell News Editor Members of the College community have continued to react to the news that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program may be ended early next year. Without new legislation from Congress, the program’s recipients […]

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Six new senators-at-large selected to serve in SGA

Nick Shiach Contributing Writer Last weekend, the Student Government Association (SGA) chose six new senators to represent Wooster’s student body. SGA made the appointments to fill vacant senator-at-large positions that opened up after last spring’s elections. “These seats became open as a result [of] students transferring or students studying abroad,” SGA President Maggie Sestito ’18 […]

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Changes to Title IX will not affect Wooster

DeVos expected to rescind 2011 Title IX guidance Waverly Hart News Editor On Sept. 7, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivered a speech in which she addressed the sexual harassment and assault policies on the campuses of America’s colleges and universities. DeVos shared her view that the current guidelines on campus sexual assault, created in […]

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McDavitt House seeks to promote gender equity in the arts

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer If you’ve ever been to an arts event on campus and were left feeling disappointed by the lack of women and non-binary folks featured in the program, you aren’t alone here at Wooster. After attending numerous creative events on campus this past year, four students — Robyn Newcomb ’20, Eleanor Linafelt […]

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Wellness offers new mental health service

Mackenzie Clark Managing Editor At a rigorous liberal arts institution such as Wooster, students’ mental health can often take a back seat to homework, studying, extracurriculars and, of course, I.S. This year, the Longbrake Student Wellness Center is encouraging students to be kind to their minds and raising awareness about mental health. During the fall […]

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