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Lauren Eylise takes the concert stage in The Alley Equestrian club leaps into action next weekend C.O.W. English department to host renowned authors
 

Lauren Eylise takes the concert stage in The Alley

Claire Wineman Staff Writer There are certain moments and sensations that draw you back to distinct moments or times in your life: the smell of your favorite food when you were little, the laugh of someone you once knew, the sight of a stranger who looks just like someone you went to elementary school with […]

Equestrian club leaps into action next weekend

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor At The College of Wooster, club teams are an avenue for students, at whatever grade and experience level, to have the opportunity to explore and play a sport without the potential time commitment of varsity level athletics. Most of these club sports are not offered at the NCAA level, allowing newcomers […]

Kavanaugh unfit for SCOTUS

I’m tired. Tired of claims that the Democratic National Party is being “rude,” tired of accusations of fearmongering hurled at liberal politicians and most of all, tired of people talking about how great Brett Kavanaugh is as a person. Because the truth is, Kavanaugh does not deserve a seat on the Supreme Court. Actually, Kavanaugh […]

C.O.W. English department to host renowned authors

Abby Everidge Staff Writer On Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:00 p.m.,the English department will host a reading in room 045 of Ruth Williams Hall. This reading will feature authors Nafissa Thompson-Spires and Kiese Laymon and will be followed by a question and answer session, as well as a book signing. Earlier this year, Nafissa Thompson-Spires […]

BIRT reacts to bias-related media incident on Campus

Email sent by the Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT) raises questions about free speech on campus Coral Ciupak Mackenzie Clark Editors in Chief On Sept. 12, Dean of Students Scott Brown sent an email to the campus community regarding the role of the Bias Incident Response Team (BIRT) in response to bias-related issues in the […]

Equestrian club leaps into action next weekend

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor At The College of Wooster, club teams are an avenue for students, at whatever grade and experience level, to have the opportunity to explore and play a sport without the potential time commitment of varsity level athletics. Most of these club sports are not offered at the NCAA level, allowing newcomers […]

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Scotlight: Mylo Parker-Emerson

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. This past summer you did an internship with Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth in Seattle. What was that experience like for you? It was actually my second internship of the summer, so it was a really […]

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Kavanaugh unfit for SCOTUS

I’m tired. Tired of claims that the Democratic National Party is being “rude,” tired of accusations of fearmongering hurled at liberal politicians and most of all, tired of people talking about how great Brett Kavanaugh is as a person. Because the truth is, Kavanaugh does not deserve a seat on the Supreme Court. Actually, Kavanaugh […]

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Greeks can build a safer campus

The College of Wooster is no stranger to Greek Life; we have a total of 13 Greek groups on campus, and each one offers a unique experience and contributes in some way to campus culture. No matter what social circles you run in or classes you attend, chances are high for the likelihood of Greek […]

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Galpin Call-in Committee formed by Campus Council

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer On Thursday, Sept. 13, Campus Council unanimously approved the creation of the Galpin Call-in Committee. The new committee will “ensure that the demands from the Call-in are approved” while also making sure that the students who felt that they were not represented at the original Call-in have their voices heard, […]

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Greek Life represents belonging

Three weeks after Scot Spirit Day, I can still imagine the patio full of tables,  feel the energy and good vibes and hear all the groups’ excitement. I was standing at my sorority’s table talking with girls about joining Greek Life. Every so often someone would seem skeptical upon learning we were Greek, and I […]

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