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Illuminating a “po-faced zealot” perspective An Open Letter to Wooster Conservatives Third alleged  Title IX violation under investigation Wooster faculty will serenade the College at upcoming symphony Professor Roche offers new class to better understand Trump
 

Illuminating a “po-faced zealot” perspective

In the most recent edition of this newspaper, published on Nov. 18, a viewpoint was offered with the goal of “Illuminating a ‘deplorable’ perspective.” This piece of writing gathered quite a bit of attention and seemed to satisfy the writer’s “life affirming” goal of attacking “politically correct liberalism.” If you happen to be one of […]

An Open Letter to Wooster Conservatives

I sincerely hope that the opinion piece titled “Illuminating a ‘deplorable’ perspective” (Nov. 18, 2016) does not represent the sentiment of conservative students at The College of Wooster. Speaking for myself, I distinguish Wooster’s conservative students from the xenophobes, misogynists, racists, anti-Semites and homophobes who also voted for President-elect Trump and who do not in […]

Third alleged Title IX violation under investigation

A third Title IX investigation has been opened by the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights Mariah Joyce Editor in Chief The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has opened a third Title IX investigation at The College of Wooster. The complainants received official confirmation that their case had been accepted and […]

Wooster faculty will serenade the College at upcoming symphony

Katie Cameron A & E Editor This Sunday, three faculty members at The College of Wooster are proud to present “Flights of Fancy,” a concert in Gault Recital Hall at the Scheide Music Center. Carrie Culver, a soprano, Hild Peerson, a clarinet player, and Brian Dykstra will perform multiple pieces in various combinations. Peerson is […]

Professor Roche offers new class to better understand Trump

Brandon Bell Contributing Writer Next semester, Jeff Roche of the history department will teach a seminar focusing on the politics of Donald Trump and the history of the electorate that supported him. The course, “The Creation of Trump’s America,” draws inspiration from a mock syllabus that 100 historians developed online in June. The syllabus, known […]

Bostdorff researches Trump rhetoric

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer Professor Denise Bostdorff of the communications department is going to be conducting a research project in the coming semester regarding the rhetoric and language used by President-elect Donald Trump and the role it played in the 2016 presidential election. Bostdorff has previously done research on how a candidate’s rhetorical style impacts […]

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Model UN wins multiple awards at national conference

Sally Kershner Features Editor Over Thanksgiving Break, the College’s Model United Nations team (MUN) attended the annual fall conference for the American Model United Nations (AMUN) in Chicago, Ill. This year, the team represented the country of Senegal and earned multiple awards for their participation during the four day long conference. The team won the […]

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Amnesty International hosts Anti-DAPL Phonathon

Caren Holmes Staff Writer On Dec. 1, as part of the nationally organized day of action against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), leaders of The College of Wooster’s Amnesty International chapter organized a phonathon in solidarity with the protestors of Standing Rock. More than 50 students participated over the course of two […]

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New sexual assault notification system proposed

K(now), in conjunction with Brothers of Diversity, presented a petition to administration with 643 signatures Brandon Bell Staff Writer Kn(o)w has presented a petition to the Dean of Students Office proposing the creation of a campus e-mail notification system for incidents of sexual assault. Under the proposed system, the campus would be e-mailed general information […]

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Campus Council funds Spring Break trips

Three campus organizations receive funding this year, WOODS denied Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor At a recent session, the College’s Campus Council (CC) made several decisions regarding funding allocations to student organizations seeking sponsorship of Spring Break trips. Among these decisions were those to fund the Wooster chapter of Newman Catholic Student Association’s (NCSA) service project […]

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Dating violence workshop hosted by k(no)w

Megan Zerrer Sports Editor Last Thursday, Dec. 1, a group of students organized a One Love Escalation Workshop in order to spread awareness on The College of Wooster campus about dating violence. Tiffany Trunk ’17 was responsible for organizing the event after another student suggested that k(no)w should host the workshop, which was hosted by […]

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