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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Nancy Grace, a professor of English retir ing after 31 years at the College,  What made you realize you wanted to be a journalist? I was 10, 11 or 12 and I grew up in a small […]

Spoon Market hosts College bands and performers

Ashley Ferguson Sports Editor Overlooking Liberty Street, the Excelsior Room’s romantic glass bulb string lights and lofty minimalist décor add class to musical acts whose well-developed sounds already far surpass the aesthetic of twinkle lights in a dingy college basement. Last Friday, the event hall above Spoon Market in downtown Wooster hosted four College of […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Helen Rooker ’18 is a stage manager for the theater department. She reflects on the impact of theater as a platform for social change. Sally Kershner Features Editor Why is theater your platform for social change? Primarily […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Margie Sosa, a sophomore political science major, balances her time spent as founder of the First-Generation Student Organization, member of Proyecto Latino, Senator At-Large for Student Government Association and coordinating events of social activism on Wooster’s campus. […]

4 Paws students decide to leave program

Sally Kershner Features Editor Following a change of policy for the application process for the organization 4 Paws for Ability, the student volunteers of the service program have decided to discontinue the program at The College of Wooster. This decision was concluded after Megan Zerrer ’18, the 4 Paws for Ability program coordinator, and other […]

Softball team comes up short in pair of well-pitched games

Chloe Burdette Contributing Writer Last Friday, The College of Wooster Fighting Scots fell in both ends of a doubleheader against Denison, each game having a final score of 2-1. The games had a very slow start, with both teams fighting to keep the scoreboard at 0-0. Denison was able to tack on a run in […]

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Golf teams each take second in shortened tournament

Anna Hartig Staff Writer The College of Wooster women’s and men’s golf teams earned second place in competitive tournaments this past weekend. The men’s team hosted the Nye Intercollegiate tournament at the par-72, 6,545-yard Wooster Country Club while the women competed in the Wooster Spring Invitational at the par-72, 5,803-yard Mohican Hills Golf Club in […]

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Students need more living options

Housing selection: a simultaneously terrifying and exciting time of year that leaves students frantically surveying campus and weighing the benefits of far-away, but upscale Gault Schoolhouse, to convenient, but depressing Holden. When my roommate and I discovered that our housing selection was in the early 60s, we were ecstatic. Unlike last year, we had the […]

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Spring cleaning and self-care go hand in hand

Despite graduating in a few short weeks, I too am feeling the pressure of staying energized and refreshed as the academic year comes to a close. Oftentimes our conversations on academic performance and well-being are skewed because of contemporary notions surrounding success and self-care. For my viewpoint, I want to provide an alternative perspective to […]

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Beyoncé does not represent all black beauty

Growing up as a black child in the neighborhood I lived in and the school I went to left little opportunity for me to see other people who looked like me. As a little, dark black girl, that slimmed the chances even more. At school in class, I was always the only black girl and […]

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Identity politics are more divisive than unifying

Before I came to America, I was a full person — not a brown person, not a woman of color, not an “international student.” I was just one person, perhaps pushed into expectations of stricter gender performance and heteronormativity a lot more, and definitely a beneficiary of class privilege, but I was not “the other” […]

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