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College raises tuition for 2017-2018 school year

Cost of attendence finally surpasses $60,000 Jared Berg Editor in Chief In November, The College of Wooster announced that tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 academic year will total $48,600, with room and board raising this figure to a “comprehensive fee” of $60,000. In the past, tuition for the succeeding academic year was set by […]

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CC charters new European Students Association

Brandon Bell Staff Writer On Thursday, April 13, Campus Council approved the charter for the European Students Association (ESA), giving it formal status as a campus student organization. The group formed in November to represent the College’s European international students and global nomads. “The ESA filled a niche that had not been filled yet and […]

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Faculty welcomes new postdoctoral fellows

Four visiting professors to join for the 17-18 academic year Brandon Bell Staff Writer Four new postdoctoral fellows will join the faculty next year in an effort to improve its diversity. Alvaro Corral, who specializes in Latino politics and immigration policy, will join the political science department; Scarlett Hester, a specialist in rhetoric and media […]

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CC, SGA hold conference to increase collaboration

Caren Holmes Staff Writer Campus Council (CC) and the Student Government Association (SGA) held a joint discussion meeting this past weekend designed to build connections and collaboration efforts between the two groups in the coming year. At large Campus Council representative Jordan Griffith ’19 said, “The current relationship is non-existent beyond small efforts from individual […]

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Phi Omega Sigma de-chartered following CC vote

Campus Council voted to remove the organization’s charter after reviewing the group’s past conduct Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief The fraternity Phi Omega Sigma has been de-chartered by Campus Council (CC), and the organization has appealed the decision to the Office of the President. “From my individual perspective and general observations, the decision was made […]

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Campus Council announces election results

Janel England News Editor On March 10, the results for the 2017-2018 Campus Council election were released. The four at-large representatives will be Jordan Griffith ’19, Eric Guberman ’19, Matthew Hartzell ’19 and Natalie Walsh ’18. The Racial and Ethnic Diversity representative will be Ethan Barham ’18, the International Diversity representative will be Marina Adams […]

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