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A Not-So-Warm Welcome Back to Wooster

Margot Bruce This time last year, I was in a very different place, both physically and figuratively. I was sitting at home in Connecticut, trying to decide which history course was most likely to transfer back to Wooster and looking at pictures of all of my friends reuniting at school. I was under the impression […]

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Gender Neutral Bathrooms: Keeping the Project Alive

Scott McLellan Seniors, juniors and sophomores may recall from last semester that Jacob Danko ’16, Cas Wain ’16, Angela Neely ’14 and I brought a discussion to the college regarding an effort to implement all-gender bathrooms on campus. While also considering issues of safe (and comforting) gender-segregated private spaces, our group worked with Christa Craven […]

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New network leaves us asking why(fi)

Isaac Parker The College of Wooster’s Information Technology (I.T.) department has been swamped with work as of late, the most noticeable being the debugging of a newly implemented network known to students as “The College of Wooster.” For those of you who are new to our beautiful institution, the prior network was “ScotZone.” As a […]

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Defining Success: Cornwell’s Address

Anna Duke   It is fair to say that everyone wants to be successful after they graduate from The College of Wooster. Nobody pays the steep tuition and works hard just to become a deadbeat once they graduate. During his convocation speech this year, President Grant Cornwell asked the student body to reflect on what […]

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The Truth About Organic

  Nariah Francis As a child, I always asked my mother to buy organic produce at the grocery store. My mom would willingly buy these products because, just like me, she believed that they were the healthier, safer option. Spending money on organic foods was not something that happened regularly, but when my mother could […]

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C.O.W Diversity: What Must be Done ASHANTI WALLACE

As a third-year student at The College of Wooster, I’ve seen how various changes have manifested within the demographic of our student population. Because the College is a predominately white institution, I do not realistically expect for minority groups to someday dominate the campus, but have still been very impressed to see the steady increase […]

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