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Committee formed to aid international students

International Student Advisory committee aims to address concerns specific to international students and global nomads Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer On Oct. 17, Jill Munro, director of International Student Services (ISS), sent an email to the campus community announcing the formation of a new committee called the International Student Advisory Committee (ISAC), created to support […]

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Sustainability Committee discusses environmental issues

Claire Wineman Senior Staff Writer On Thursday, Oct. 18, the Sustainability Committee held an open discussion regarding environmental sustainability on The College of Wooster campus.  The Committee has been tasked by President Bolton with creating a five-year plan for increasing environmental awareness and care at the College, based on studies of how the College operates […]

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Environmental studies dept. holds panel for new major

Grace Montgomery Contributing Writer In an open forum on Oct. 22, Professor Matt Mariola, head of the environmental science (ENVS) department at Wooster, discussed how the ENVS minor will be moving to a major. With hopes of the major being rolled out in August 2019, Mariola began the forum by discussing the history of the […]

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Search begins to fill Provost position

Laura Haley News Editor As a result of current Provost Carolyn Newton announcing her retirement at the end of the academic year, the College appointed search consultant Susan VanGilder of Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates to aid in the search process.  On Monday, Oct. 15, VanGilder visited campus to host an open session for students to share […]

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County Commissioner’s Office holds panel on jail

Claire Wineman Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 2, the Office of Civic and Social Responsibility hosted a voter education discussion regarding the 0.3 percent tax levy on the Wayne County ballot in November, from which funds would be used to construct a new jail. Speakers on the panel included County Judge Corey Spitler, Sheriff’s Captain […]

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WOO91 members organize petition and panel

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer If you ask the WOO91 management team what resource they would like the most, the answer would be time. In an email sent to the campus community over the summer, Dean of Students Scott Brown announced that the College’s student-run radio station WCWS/WOO91 would be taken off the air, transitioning […]

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