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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 CreateHER Day 2019 celebrates female leadership Golf to adopt a new coaching model for 2019-2020 season
 

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 […]

CreateHER Day 2019 celebrates female leadership

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer While Knowlton Commons is typically busy, bustling with students and professors alike chatting and grabbing coffee, the energy felt different this past Saturday, April 13. The Ruth W. Williams Hall of Life Science was transformed into a hub of empowerment, female leadership and multicolored pastel cotton candy — also known as […]

Golf to adopt a new coaching model for 2019-2020 season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor On Tuesday, Sept. 4, the College of Wooster men’s and women’s golf teams were notified through the athletic department that their respective head coaches would be replaced by one coach that would head both teams, instead of having two different head coaches for each team. Both coaches for each team, Lisa […]

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 […]

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Wooster celebrates National Volunteer Week with WVN

Larissa Lamarca Contributing Writer In light of National Volunteer Week, the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN) hosted an array of events including a service opportunity on Saturday, April 13. Every year since 1974, many communities dedicate a week to celebrate the people involved and the causes in need of support. This year Wooster hosted a Soup […]

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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 […]

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Call-in demands revisited a year later

Waverly Hart Managing Editor Almost a year and three months after the Galpin Call-in, many of the student leaders’ original demands have been achieved or are in the process of being realized. The Call-in, which occurred on the morning of Jan. 24, 2018, resulted in administration agreeing to 17 out of 21 of students’ demands, […]

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VOICES FROM THE CROWD: Antonio Brown is a distraction on any team

Antonio Brown, arguably the best wide-receiver in the NFL talent-wise, was traded to the Oakland Raiders in March after a long career of nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Raiders agreed to trade a 2019 third-round pick and a 2019 fifth-round pick to the Steelers in exchange for Brown. Although the Raiders won the […]

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Athletics must prioritize gender equality

Wooster Athletics has consistently chosen to remain reactive, rather than proactive, when it comes to gender equity, as seen in the recent announcement for locker room renovations. Roughly four years ago, the College created a two-part plan to renovate various parts of the Scot Center. Phase I was to include massive renovations in the basketball […]

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