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Election engagement initiative helps students vote

Samuel Casey Staff Writer On Election Day, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) provided shuttles that ran between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. so students who were registered to vote in Wayne County could get to the polling location. CDI had previously provided shuttles on three dates before the election for those wanting to […]

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Student Government Association welcomes new senators

Maggie Dougherty News Editor At around 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, the Student Government Association (SGA) inducted three new at-large senators: Toshiko Tanaka ’19, Cesar Lopez ’21 and Yuxuan Ke ’21. The new members will be filling the vacancies created by three other senators’ decisions to step down this semester for individual personal reasons. […]

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Pay scale changes to affect future RAs

Laura Haley News Editor Due to a budget prediction much lower than the College’s estimations, a change will be implemented in future Resident Assistants’ (RAs) pay, active in the fall of 2019. The change was made known to RAs in an all-staff meeting headed by Nathan Fein, director of residence life and Scott Brown, vice […]

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LWC reacts to administration’s post-protest response

Mackenzie Clark Editor in Chief In an email sent to the student body on Thursday, Nov. 11, President Sarah Bolton provided updates on the meetings of the Board of Trustees, which took place Oct. 24-26, and addressed the recent work of the Living Wage Campaign (LWC). The LWC protest held before the meeting of the […]

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Wooster’s Promise Campaign exceeds expectations

Samuel Casey Staff Writer In 2013, Wooster’s Promise: A Campaign for Our Future kicked off with a $15 million donation from Ruth W. Williams and A. Morris Williams, Jr. for the support of science education.  On Oct. 27, while the Board of Trustees was on campus, the campaign came full-circle with the dedication of the […]

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Campus responds to racist symbolism

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer On Oct. 25, Dean of Students Scott Brown sent an email to inform the campus community of an investigation into a potential bias incident. In the email, he wrote, “Yesterday, a student reported seeing a half-dozen individual bananas hanging from pieces of cord in a tree near Andrews and Armington […]

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