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New, returning representatives elected to Campus Council

(Left to right) Annabelle Hopkins ’19, Robin Emmons ’19, Myra Praml ’19, Stachal Harris ’21 and Halen Gifford ’21 spoke about their plans for Campus Council (Photo by C.J. Mandell). Laura Haley Chief Copy Editor Campus Council has announced the results of elections for nine positions next year. Four of these elected students will hold […]

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Homecoming Boycott in 1971 showed unity, action

  Desi LaPoole A&E Editor Student activism at The College of Wooster is not new; in fact it is embedded in the College’s history. One of the more forgotten instances of student-led action on campus was the Homecoming Boycott of 1971. This boycott of Wooster’s 53rd homecoming game developed as a result of discriminatory practices […]

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Twenty-one senators elected to SGA

Waverly Hart News Editor This week, newly elected senators to the Student Government Association (SGA), including five at-large senators and five senators for each class year, will start their term. The complete list of the new senators was finalized and announced in an email to students on April 2. The senators for the class of […]

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Bridging Along Beall program hosts final event

Zoe Covey Contributing Writer The final meeting of the Bridging Along Beall Avenue program was held on April 4. This pilot program to foster interaction between students and members of the Wooster community began in January. Denise Bostdorff, professor of communication studies, said that the pilot program had been successful and called for its spirit […]

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Scot Center renovations will upgrade athletic spaces

An architect’s rendering shows how Timken Gymnasium will look after both phases of renovations are completed in 2019 (Photo courtesy Doug Laditka). Laura Haley Chief Copy Editor A series of renovation efforts are underway in several areas within the Scot Center, including improvements to the Timken Gymnasium, Timken Natatorium, the Armington Physical Education Center and […]

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Environmental geoscience major created with interdisciplinary courses

Claire Montgomery Contributing Writer Environmental geoscience has been launched as a new major at the College, incorporating classes that currently exist in the geology department with newly proposed courses. The new major will fall under the newly-named department of earth sciences. The new department also includes the existing geology major with new course options. “To […]

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