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Multicultural organizations share their perspectives at panel Scotlight: Dr. Ron Hustwit Irish Dance club Blackbirds performs at Common Grounds Men’s basketball starts season off strong Changes proposed to Scot’s Key privacy policy
 

Multicultural organizations share their perspectives at panel

Desi LaPoole Features Editor Last Tuesday, Nov. 27, Bodies of Diversity (BoD), formerly known as Brothers of Diversity, hosted this year’s Multicultural Student Organization Panel, in which 13 of the College’s multicultural organizations, including African Students Union (ASU), South Asian Committee (SAC) and the International Student Association (ISA), joined together to express the hopes, concerns […]

Scotlight: Dr. Ron Hustwit

Dr. Ron Hustwit, a professor who has spent the last 52 years in Wooster’s philosophy department, reflects on his time at the College. Could you give us a quick introduction? Hi, I’m Ron Hustwit. I’m in the philosophy department, and I’m an old man.  How long have you been working at the College? 52 years. […]

Irish Dance club Blackbirds performs at Common Grounds

Elena Morey A&E Editor Ever wondered what it would sound like if someone taught six Clydesdale horses how to beautifully tap dance to Christmas music?  Well, on Nov. 30., the Irish Step Club Blackbirds performed at Common Grounds.  They had their festive Christmas socks on and most had the Blackbirds shirt.  The music and the […]

Men’s basketball starts season off strong

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor For being the winningest NCAA team of the 2000s, The College of Wooster Men’s Basketball team of the 2018-2019 season only knew one way to live up to the achievements of their predecessors — to come out of the gates with a 4-0 record. The squad debuted their season with a […]

Changes proposed to Scot’s Key privacy policy

Campus Council (CC) Conduct Committee holds panel to discuss clarity in guidelines for searching student living spaces Mackenzie Clark Editor in Chief The Campus Council (CC) Conduct Committee held a forum in the Lowry pit on Nov. 14 to discuss proposed changes to the College’s privacy policy in The Scot’s Key.  The panel was moderated […]

Swimmers compete at Wooster Invitational

Saeed Husain Sports Editor The Fighting Scots Swimming and Diving teams hosted their largest event of the year this past week over the course of three days.  The annual meet was held from Thursday, Nov. 29, to Saturday, Dec. 1, with 12 teams participating. Events, as customary, were held at both Wooster High School (swimming), […]

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Mace and pepper spray ban lifted from Scot’s Key

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer The Conduct Committee of Campus Council (CC) has decided to remove the ban of pepper spray and Mace from the Scot’s Key. On page 40 of the Scot’s Key under the section, “Firearms and Other Weapons,” it reads, “Under no circumstances are other weapons or objects carried for the purpose […]

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#GivingWooDays meets donation goal

Grace Montgomery Contributing Writer Giving Tuesday is an international day of giving that takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. In the spirit of the holidays, the day was created to inspire charitable giving for worthy causes. The College of Wooster began their fundraising campaign called #GivingWooDays on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27.  “#GivingWooDays is an opportunity […]

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Wooster Bluegrass Jam plays for the community

Holly Engel Staff Writer Since the early 1900s, bluegrass music, a mixture of country, folk, gospel and blues, has inspired musicians throughout the world with its unique rhythms and harmonies. So, it is no surprise that bluegrass has eventually woven its way into the Wooster community. Wooster Bluegrass Jam is an unchartered group of musicians […]

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Names represent identities

One thing I have noticed on  campus is that some people go by two different names alternatively. As I used to go by my “picked up” English name, “Grace,” during my first year here and then reclaimed my Korean name as the one I chose to be called, I sincerely have gone through the irritation […]

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Mumford and Sons struggle to find their own sound in “Delta”

Waverly Hart Managing Editor Solidifying themselves in the alternative rock genre, Mumford and Sons released “Delta” on Nov. 16, marking their fourth studio LP. The 14-track album marks an even further departure from the traditional folk sound for which Mumford and Sons originally became famous.  Featuring the electric guitar and other synthetic sounds, the album […]

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