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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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College responds to recent federal actions

Reaffirms commitment to affected College students Caren Holmes Staff Writer The College made a statement on Feb. 22 in a campus-wide email in response to recent federal actions including federal guidance to remove protections for transgender students under Title IX and detailed guidance for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regarding heightened immigration enforcement. In his […]

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Lori Makin-Byrd appointed as Title IX Coordinator

She will begin on March 27 of this semester, succeeding Secretary of the College Angela Johnston Brandon Bell Staff Writer Lori Makin-Byrd, currently the Title IX coordinator at Eckerd College in Florida, will become Wooster’s first full-time Title IX coordinator and director of sexual violence prevention and response on March 27. She will assume the […]

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CC begins review of Phi Omega Sigma charter

Meg Itoh Viewpoints Editor Campus Council (CC) held a public meeting on Feb. 23. The meeting started with Jack Johanning ’17, chair of CC, outlining the process under which the Phi Omega Sigma (“Omega”) charter review was initiated. According to Johanning, Heather Smith ’17, gender/sexual diversity representative of CC, had asked what was done relative […]

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Educational Policy Committee outlines new curriculum

Mackenzie Clark News Editor The Educational Policy Committee (EPC) is working with students, staff and faculty to review the College’s current curriculum and graduate qualities in preparation for presenting an outline of a new curriculum to faculty later this semester. EPC is a standing committee that is made up of staff and faculty members, as […]

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