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Fighting Scots football falls narrowly to Wittenberg Organizations report issues with Student Activities A brief history of Covers: a decade of student talent Dining Services contemplates Mom’s closing early Remembering McWoo: Wooster’s mascot metamorphosis
 

Fighting Scots football falls narrowly to Wittenberg

Ian Ricoy Sports Editor Wooster narrowly fell to the Wittenberg Tigers in a tough 12-14 loss in Springfield, Ohio. This is the Scots’ 10th straight loss to the Wittenberg Tigers since beating them in 2008, 27-6. This loss was the closest game played between the Scots and Tigers on record since 2000. The Scots settled […]

Organizations report issues with Student Activities

 Inefficient communication between Lowry Center and Student Activities and organizations causes issues with budget allocations  Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer A common complaint from both student organizations and individuals alike has been that Lowry Center and Student Activities (LCSA) does not communicate with them in a timely or effective manner. The LCSA office is responsible […]

A brief history of Covers: a decade of student talent

Zoe Covey  Features Editor Many traditions and places at The College of Wooster are decades old, but some classic student events only feel that way. Who can remember a time before the C-store (built in 2009), or Party on the Green? Our student events become traditions because we put effort into making them exist year […]

Dining Services contemplates Mom’s closing early

 Incidents of intoxicated students vomiting at the restaurant prods staff to consider closing at midnight   Samuel Casey News Editor  During the Campus Council (CC) meeting on Sep. 12, Sheila Wilson, associate vice president for auxiliary operations procurement/purchasing, spoke to the general council about concerns regarding student intoxication at Mom’s during the weekend, specifically incidents of […]

Remembering McWoo: Wooster’s mascot metamorphosis

Zoe Covey Features Editor The College of Wooster has many longstanding traditions. Things like filling the Arch, I.S. Monday and avoiding Tootsie Rolls like the plague until your senior thesis is completed are all well-recognized parts of being a student at the College. These traditions, of course, grow and change over time with each new […]

Fighting Scots football falls narrowly to Wittenberg

Ian Ricoy Sports Editor Wooster narrowly fell to the Wittenberg Tigers in a tough 12-14 loss in Springfield, Ohio. This is the Scots’ 10th straight loss to the Wittenberg Tigers since beating them in 2008, 27-6. This loss was the closest game played between the Scots and Tigers on record since 2000. The Scots settled […]

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Fighting Scots women’s soccer remain unbeaten

Angad Singh  Sports Editor The College of Wooster women’s soccer team is all set to dominate the conference again this year, with the Fighting Scots remaining undefeated in their last six games. The Scots have outscored, outplayed, outshot and overall dominated in all of their games so far. The team is 5-0-1, with the solitary […]

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Revitalized Nick Amster program makes an impact on campus

Kaylee Liu Contributing Writer When one hears the phrase “Nick Amster,” one might be inclined to think of a person — a famous man, perhaps, or a historical figure. Here at The College of Wooster, however, it refers to a program filled with fun, Skee-Ball, air hockey and various arcade games. Tuesday evenings in The […]

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Individual Actions can Change the World

Will McMichael Imagine the best version of our planet. What does it look like? Can it get any better? Back to reality. Our planet is being destroyed. The people in power are turning their backs on future generations. We are all placed in a system where it is nearly impossible to live ethically. Our trash […]

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Men’s tennis edges Walsh in another close series

Ben Blotner Contributing Writer The Wooster men’s tennis team opened its season with a dramatic victory at Walsh University on Sep. 15. After facing a 3-1 deficit and needing to win the last three matches in progress, the Fighting Scots were able to pull off the comeback for a 4-3 win. “This time we had […]

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YouTuber Daz Black adds flavor to the life of his viewers

Elena Morey A&E Editor Since the conception of YouTube, various individuals have gained substantial fame and influence using the platform to launch a career. From YouTubers whose names are known worldwide, to those who have a small but loyal following, YouTuber Daz Black is somewhere in the middle. He rose to fame around 2017, despite […]

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