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Rabbi Dario Hunter is a valuable addition to CDI and C.O.W.

Desi LaPoole Features Editor When you meet Rabbi Dario Hunter, the first thing you’ll notice is his welcoming demeanor. Though he stands tall, his kind smile and confident voice makes one feel both engaged and at ease. Prior to our meeting, I had only seen him walking around campus a handful of times, likely dashing […]

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Preparations commence for new gender-inclusive spaces

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer On Nov. 5, President Bolton wrote the campus community regarding updates to gender-inclusive campus spaces. Because of possible changes in the federal protections of transgender people under non-discrimination statuses such as Title IX, Bolton wanted to affirm to the College that “transgender and gender non-conforming people have long been an […]

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OLAS and C.O.W. Amnesty International host Fireside Chat

Zoe Covey Features Editor On Monday, Nov. 12, the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) and Amnesty International C.O.W. chapter hosted an event in Lowry Center about the state of immigration policy and asylum seekers in the United States over the past several months.  Called the Family Separation Fireside Chat, the goal of the event […]

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Queer organizations celebrate LGBTQ+ history month

Abby Everidge Staff Writer October was LGBTQ+ History Month and the organizations at The College of Wooster have had events all month celebrating. The Center for Diversity and Inclusion led the second open house for their new safe space to announce its official title of “The Q Space.” Queer People of Color (QPoC) held a […]

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Living Wage Campaign stages student protest

Mackenzie Clark Editor in Chief Approximately 200 students lined the halls in the Scot Center at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 26 to peacefully protest in solidarity with the Living Wage Campaign (LWC) as members of the Board of Trustees arrived for their meeting in the Governance Room. “I want to remind you of what […]

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International Education Week provides unique opportunities

Coral Ciupak Editor in Chief Tonight begins the annual International Education Week (IEW) at The College of Wooster, a week-long event celebrating international education and global diversity. While IEW has been celebrated at the College for over 30 years, it was not recognized at the national level until 2000 as a joint initiative of the […]

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