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Professor Roche offers new class to better understand Trump 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

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 […]

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 […]

Homework for Hoops service program is a slam dunk

Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor Since the 1970s, The College of Wooster has worked with the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN) in providing College students the opportunity to bridge the divide between the College community and the greater Wooster area. Among WVN’s program houses — and strengthening the student volunteer network on and off campus — is […]

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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 […]

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College of Wooster observes TDOR

Lily Iserson Viewpoints Editor Before Thanksgiving Break, in a small and intimate group setting, students gathered on the steps of Kauke Hall in honor of the international Transgender Day of Remembrance. Traditionally held in late November, the vigil acknowledges transgender lives lost as a consequence of anti-transgender violence around the world. QPOC, Wooster’s Queer People […]

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#WooTalks discusses moving forward post-election

Matt Woodward Contributing Writer On Monday Nov. 21, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) hosted its third #WooTalk since the program first found its way onto campus this past summer. #WooTalks are dialogues about different issues facing Wooster or the world and deal with the themes of campus climate, justice and diversity. HerBrina Shepherd, […]

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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 […]

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Student plans rally in downtown Wooster

Collaboration with local religious leaders promotes peace and community Caren Holmes Staff Writer In response to student and community concerns surrounding the presidential election, Alexandra Pereyra ’17 is collaborating with local religious leaders to organize a rally in downtown Wooster at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 9. Pereyra explains that the purpose of the rally […]

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