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Sex Month expands to diversify programming LWC continues with letter writing campaign Minecraft is an underrated creative platform Wooster Swimming ends season with a splash Wooster alumni present at the Tartan Talks
 

Sex Month expands to diversify programming

Abby Everidge Contributing Writer It’s Sex Month here at the College! The Sexual Respect Coalition (SRC), a sexual respect and anti-rape culture advocacy group, has been hosting events this month with various organizations. There have been events such as Sex Positive Trans Sex Education, Sex Trivia with Men Working for Change and Chill vs. Chill […]

LWC continues with letter writing campaign

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer Throughout this academic year, the Living Wage Campaign (LWC), a student group advocating for the needs of staff at the College, has been engaging in a letter-writing campaign in which students, parents and alumni connected to Wooster have been encouraged to write to key figures in the administration, emphasizing the need […]

Minecraft is an underrated creative platform

L.J. Martin Contributing Writer Minecraft, following a massive uptick in overall popularity following its acquisition by Microsoft — related in no small part to its expanded cross-platform compatibility  —  is regarded by many as a game first and foremost for children. This is, however, more a recent development in the game’s accessibility and marketing, rather […]

Wooster Swimming ends season with a splash

Cat Baker Contributing Writer Fighting Scots men’s and women’s swim and dive teams finished out their season with a splash this past weekend at the NCAC Championships. The women’s team finished in fourth place, with Kenyon, Denison and DePauw in first, second and third, respectively. The men’s team swam into fifth place, with Denison, Kenyon, […]

Wooster alumni present at the Tartan Talks

Carly McWilliams Contributing Writer On Saturday, Feb. 23, the second annual Tartan Talks will be held at Gault Recital Hall from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This event, made possible by the Mary A. Neagoy Endowed Fund, features four Wooster alumni who will give presentations showcasing their impact on the world after college, and how […]

LWC continues with letter writing campaign

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer Throughout this academic year, the Living Wage Campaign (LWC), a student group advocating for the needs of staff at the College, has been engaging in a letter-writing campaign in which students, parents and alumni connected to Wooster have been encouraged to write to key figures in the administration, emphasizing the need […]

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The Wooster experience can be magical

The other day while cleaning my room, to avoid I.S. and the outside world, I was listening to a podcast called Reply All. On this particular episode, comedian Jason Mantzoukas was talking about his embarrassing, and I dare say, endearing love for Harry Potter. He went on to say how the books bring him comfort […]

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Scotlight: Emani Kelley

Emani Kelley ’19 is the president of Alpha Gamma Phi and 400m track record holder at The College of Wooster. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself? My name is Emani Kelley. I am a senior psychology major and Spanish and Latin American studies double minor. Tell us how it feels to hold […]

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Combating imposter syndrome

Imposter syndrome is the idea that you’ve only succeeded due to luck and not because of your talent or qualifications. It has been discovered that 70 percent of people have experienced these feelings at their workplace or in their academic environment. If you feel like this describes you, you are not alone. I want to […]

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Campus Council announces election results

Samuel Casey News Editor On Monday, Feb. 25, Secretary of the College Angela Johnston, released the results of the Campus Council (CC) election via email to the student body. CC is one of the two student-run governing bodies on campus, and is responsible for creating legislation in the areas of student life and extracurricular affairs, […]

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Prince selected as new VP for Finance and Business

Samuel Casey News Editor After an extensive search, the College recently hired James Prince as the new vice president for Finance and Business effective June 24 of this year. According to a list provided by President Sarah Bolton, Prince will oversee facilities, grounds, dining and conference services, the business office, purchasing and the bookstore at […]

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