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Campus Council commemorates 50th Anniversary Despite rain, Springfest gathers intimate crowd FOEIT  holds forum after year-long discussions Artist Jules Davis ’19 explores spaces in Wooster Track teams rally strong effort at Bob Kahn and dual meet
 

Campus Council commemorates 50th Anniversary

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer  “I came for the free Chipotle and left planning to run for office next year,” said one student to Robin Emmons ’19, a representative for Campus Council (CC). The student was referring to Campus Council’s 50th anniversary celebration, which was held this past Friday, April 26 in the CoRE. Approximately 75 […]

Despite rain, Springfest gathers intimate crowd

Elena Morey A&E Editor On Saturday, April 27, Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) held their yearly Springfest musical extravaganza featuring student openers DJ SP, Hot Water Street and MoonManFlo as well as visiting performers Overcoats, Giraffage and Saba. As the rain poured down, a few brave and loyal students gathered at the bottom of the stage.  […]

FOEIT holds forum after year-long discussions

Campus Council held an open discussion on the work of the taskforce and allowed a chance for students to provide feedback Samuel Casey News Editor On Tuesday, April 16, Campus Council hosted the Freedom of Expression and Inquiry Taskforce (FOEIT) forum to serve as an opportunity for students to learn and give feedback. According to […]

Artist Jules Davis ’19 explores spaces in Wooster

Claire Wineman Senior Staff Writer The first thing I noticed upon walking into Jules Davis ’19’s senior Independent Study (I.S.) exhibition, “Making Space,” was the large black and white drawing taking up one of the walls. While it is the quietest aspect of the multi-media project, it is also the most detailed, pulling you in […]

Track teams rally strong effort at Bob Kahn and dual meet

Ian Ricoy Contributing Writer Wooster’s men’s and women’s track and field teams had strong showings last week at the Bob Kahn Invitational at Oberlin College held on Saturday, April 6, and a dual meet at Denison University held on Wednesday, April 10. Both meets showed considerably strong showings from Wooster’s underclassman student athletes as well […]

Appreciate your own work

Are you proud of yourself? When was the last time that you allowed yourself a moment to appreciate the work that you do? And by “work,” I don’t just mean academics. Being proud of yourself is something that I have been thinking a lot about lately. As graduation grows ever closer, I have reflected a […]

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Andrews Hall to undergo renovations for 2019-20 academic year

Samuel Casey News Editor Andrews Hall, a residence hall that currently houses first-year students, will undergo renovations following the 2019 Commencement ceremony and will not reopen until August 2020.  According to an article in The Daily Record from June 2018, former Associate Vice President for Facilities, Management and Development Doug Laditka stated that the anticipated […]

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WARA’s abolition undermines equity

What do you call an active student group currently listed on the “Inactive Organizations” Wooster website? The Women’s Athletic and Recreation Association (WARA). Since early September of 2018, WARA has been spun into limbo, an active student organization effectively without a home or funding. If that sounds confusing, it’s probably because it is.  Up until […]

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Allocations Committee releases budgets to clubs

Budgets released beyond Student Activities’ April 10 deadline, leaving student organizations little time to prepare appeals Samuel Casey News Editor Saeed Husain News Editor On Monday, April 22, Allocations Committee began to disburse budgets in small waves to each of the student groups on campus that sought funding, according to Co-Chair Isaac Weiss ’20, treasurer […]

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Women’s lacrosse look to win in postseason

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor As The College of Wooster women’s lacrosse team put a victorious end to their regular season with an impressive 20-6 win over the DePauw Tigers, the team looks to go into the postseason with a 15-1 record and a “hungry for wins” attitude. Reminiscing on their regular season, there were two […]

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Challenge your view of yourself in college

If you asked me four years ago what I thought my biggest regrets would be post-grad, the last thing I would have told you is that I wish I’d gone to more athletic events in college.  I had never been an athlete  — instead of playing outside, I did crafts with my mom as a […]

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