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Living Wage Campaign stages student protest Scotlight: Ben Jenkins Scots football wrecks Kenyon to reach third straight win

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Scotlight: Ben Jenkins

What is it like to double major in physics and Chinese? It’s a blast! They’re two things I’m really interested in. I love doing both of them. They’re both so different that when I get tired of doing one I can switch to the other. They each work a totally different part of your brain, […]

Scots football wrecks Kenyon to reach third straight win

The Fighting Scots football team (5-3, 4-3 NCAC) stayed hot with its third straight win on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 27, decimating Kenyon College by  a score of 41-0. Antonio Bailey ’19 led the way with four of Wooster’s five touchdowns and 126 rushing yards, while Nick Strausbaugh ’20 also had a terrific outing as he […]

Anniversary lecture explores the evolution of Frankenstein

Zoe Covey Features Editor Last Friday, Dr. Irene Herold, head librarian for The College of Wooster, gave a lecture on the enduring relevance of Mary Shelley’s most famous work, “Frankenstein: Or the Modern Prometheus,” for its 200 year anniversary. The inspiration for the lecture was an exhibit produced by the National Library of Medicine entitled […]

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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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I.S. propels post-graduate life, understanding

In early 1976, I sat in the Kauke Hall office of my I.S. advisor Dr. John Gates, professor of history at The College of Wooster. The purpose of our meeting was to choose a topic for my Senior I.S.   When asked what I planned to research and write about, my response was, “I really […]

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2018 proves a significant year for the progression of hip-hop music

Kamal Morgan A&E Editor 2018 has been an exciting joyride of new artists, accomplishments, issues and most importantly, new projects. Hip-hop is getting older and reinventing itself as new rappers have come onto the scene introducing avid listeners to new rhymes and sounds and older rappers, proving they have not lost a beat in their […]

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“The Good Place” asks questions about morality in the afterlife

Zeke Martin Contributing Writer “The Good Place,” an NBC TV show created by Michael Schur currently airing its third season, follows the afterlife of Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell). After her death, Eleanor finds herself transported to a Heaven-like paradise called The Good Place in which she is paired up with her “soulmate,” a similarly dead […]

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Women’s soccer claims NCAC Division III title

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor   For The College of Wooster Fighting Scots women’s soccer squad, their eyes were on the ultimate prize: A chance at the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) trophy. From the start, the team was young, talented and ready for any obstacle opponents threw at them. With perseverance and a winning mentality, […]

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