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Football team is victorious on Black Scotlight: Sabrina Harris ASU students raise concerns about housing conditions Lauren Eylise takes the concert stage in The Alley
 

Football team is victorious on Black & Gold Weekend

Matt Olszewski Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots football team squeezed by DePauw University and came away with a huge 24-21 win last Saturday afternoon. The Scots earned the win they were looking for on a fun and eventful Black & Gold weekend as campus was bustling with energetic fans eager for victory.  The game’s score […]

Scotlight: Sabrina Harris

Sabrina Harris ’19 discusses the opportunity to attend the Athens Democracy Forum, what she learned and how Model United Nations has changed her life. You just got back from Greece after being invited there for a conference! What did that entail?  It was part of the Athens Democracy Forum. It was put on by The […]

“The Ocean After Nature” explores our connectivity with the ocean

Claire Wineman Staff Writer The ocean leads a paradoxical existence that humans have long worked to capture in art. Its incredible size and mystery function in concurrence with the sense of comfort and reflection it provides; its beauty is nearly unparalleled, but there are also few settings on the planet that reveal the ugly truths […]

ASU students raise concerns about housing conditions

ASU students living in Troyer House present safety concerns to Campus Council regarding “barely livable” conditions Waverly Hart Managing Editor Since the beginning of the school year, the students residing in Troyer House have been dealing with living conditions that one resident described as “barely livable” and neither safe nor hygienic.  Two of the house’s […]

Lauren Eylise takes the concert stage in The Alley

Claire Wineman Staff Writer There are certain moments and sensations that draw you back to distinct moments or times in your life: the smell of your favorite food when you were little, the laugh of someone you once knew, the sight of a stranger who looks just like someone you went to elementary school with […]

Unity is necessary for Greek Life

When you hear the words “Greek Life,” it is easy to jump right to the stereotypes that are associated with national fraternities or sororities, or to picture the things that are portrayed in movies. However, here at Wooster, Greek Life is far from that. As local chapters, each group is able to make their own […]

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“The Ocean After Nature” explores our connectivity with the ocean

Claire Wineman Staff Writer The ocean leads a paradoxical existence that humans have long worked to capture in art. Its incredible size and mystery function in concurrence with the sense of comfort and reflection it provides; its beauty is nearly unparalleled, but there are also few settings on the planet that reveal the ugly truths […]

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Religious studies department hosts annual lecture series

Larissa Lamarca Contributing Writer This year the department of religious studies is hosting their 50th annual lecture series. “Tikkum Olam: To Heal a Broken World” features a guest speaker every Wednesday for six weeks, starting Sept. 19 and continuing through Oct. 24. The talks will be held from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. in the Lean […]

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“Chapo Trap House” keeps listeners thinking

Andy Kilbride Staff Writer If the 2016 election left you yearning for political solutions more radical and inspiring than the Democrats’ right-of-center wish-washing, then boy do I have the book for you. In fact, the “Chapo Guide to Revolution: A Manifesto Against Logic, Facts and Reason” is everything it promises to be, and more, serving […]

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ASU students raise concerns about housing conditions

ASU students living in Troyer House present safety concerns to Campus Council regarding “barely livable” conditions Waverly Hart Managing Editor Since the beginning of the school year, the students residing in Troyer House have been dealing with living conditions that one resident described as “barely livable” and neither safe nor hygienic.  Two of the house’s […]

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Freedom of Expression and Inquiry Report released

Aubri McKoy Contributing Writer On Wednesday, Sept. 19, the most recent Freedom of Expression and Inquiry Taskforce (FOEITF) report was sent out to the campus community by Dr. John Rudisill. In an effort to bring clarity and accountability to the College’s understanding of and commitment to freedom of expression and inquiry, FOEITF has taken action […]

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