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Student Life candidates visit the College of Wooster Golf swings for the fences, jumps a spot in NCAC standings Campus  votes on chairs Junior I.S. art exhibit opens in Ebert Art Center CC will not pass alcohol policy before end of year
 

Student Life candidates visit the College of Wooster

Four candidates for VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students visited the campus Monday through Thursday. Meg Itoh News Editor Editors’ note: Because not all of the VP candidates’ names were released as of press time, we have decided not to include any candidates’ names out of fairness to those whose names could not be included […]

Golf swings for the fences, jumps a spot in NCAC standings

Emma Woods Senior Sports Writer The Wooster women’s golf team ended their season this past weekend with a fourth place at the North Coast Atlantic Conference Championships. The women started off their season strong in the fall, placing first overall at the Ohio Wesleyan Invitational in October and placing high at the Wittenberg Pat Clouse […]

Campus votes on chairs

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Over the past couple weeks, students, faculty and staff members have been taking time out of their hurried meals in the Lowry Dining Hall to participate in a campus-wide vote that will help Campus Dining Services decide which chairs will replace our beloved maroon beauties later this year. The voting process […]

Junior I.S. art exhibit opens in Ebert Art Center

Katie Cameron A&E Editor On Sunday, May 8, the College of Wooster Art and Art History Departments will host a gallery show at Ebert Art Center featuring the work of the junior class art majors. The class of 2017 has six art majors: Foster Cheng, Emily Glickman, Cassidy Jester, Mariah Joyce, Abbey Partika and Theresa […]

CC will not pass alcohol policy before end of year

Stephen Lumetta News Editor Alcohol and the College policies surrounding alcohol have been much discussed at the College this academic year, but Campus Council (CC) will not pass a new alcohol policy this year, according to Chair of Campus Council Ben Taylor ’16. This means that the student body will be entering its first weekend […]

Wooster softball wins doubleheader

Ben Taylor Sports Editor The Fighting Scots softball team finished its regular season with two wins in a doubleheader against Oberlin College. These wins brought the Scots to 17-21 on the season and 8-8 in conference. The first game of the afternoon was a 9-4 win for the Scots. Nine different players scored for Wooster, […]

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Golf swings for the fences, jumps a spot in NCAC standings

Emma Woods Senior Sports Writer The Wooster women’s golf team ended their season this past weekend with a fourth place at the North Coast Atlantic Conference Championships. The women started off their season strong in the fall, placing first overall at the Ohio Wesleyan Invitational in October and placing high at the Wittenberg Pat Clouse […]

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Baseball better than par for the course in regular season

Shelley Grostefon Senior Sports Writer The Wooster men’s baseball team has had a successful spring season with an overall record of 26-9. The team’s success is due to an all-around presence and strength on both offense and defense, characterized by strong sluggers and reliable pitching. As of press time, there are two games left in […]

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CC will not pass alcohol policy before end of year

Stephen Lumetta News Editor Alcohol and the College policies surrounding alcohol have been much discussed at the College this academic year, but Campus Council (CC) will not pass a new alcohol policy this year, according to Chair of Campus Council Ben Taylor ’16. This means that the student body will be entering its first weekend […]

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Student Life candidates visit the College of Wooster

Four candidates for VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students visited the campus Monday through Thursday. Meg Itoh News Editor Editors’ note: Because not all of the VP candidates’ names were released as of press time, we have decided not to include any candidates’ names out of fairness to those whose names could not be included […]

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Reusable mugs to be revamped next year

Mugs will use a carabiner system, just like reusable boxes Maddi O’Neill Editor in Chief The reusable mug program will undergo changes to increase its popularity in the coming years, including the introduction of gold carabiners starting next year. Mary Kate Norton ’19, the incoming vice president of Greenhouse, said the mug program is currently […]

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