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Student representatives discuss housing changes CDEIO hosts townhall following hate incidents College honors 30th anniversary of Galpin Takeover
 

Student representatives discuss housing changes

Waverly Hart Editor in Chief On Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 7:00 p.m., an information session was held about proposed changes to on-campus service houses with representatives from service houses as well as Director of Experiential Learning and Community Engagement Nate Addington, Director of Residence Life Nathan Fein and Housing Coordinator Carly Jones. The meeting served […]

College takes actions to strengthen campus safety

Savannah Sima Contributing Writer Following the open forum with Security and Protective Services (SPS) hosted by Campus Council (CC) on Oct. 27, and the two hate incidents that targeted members of the College, Dean of Students Scott Brown sent an email to the campus community with an up- date on some introductory mea- sures to […]

CDEIO hosts townhall following hate incidents

Samuel Casey News Editor On Wednesday, Oct. 23, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer (CDEIO) Ivonne M. Gar- cía hosted a townhall in Lean Lec- ture Hall to provide an update on the 2017 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan (DEISP) which, according to an email sent by García, “provided that The College of Wooster […]

College honors 30th anniversary of Galpin Takeover

 Desi LaPoole Editor in Chief Black and Gold Weekend is a special time of the year when alumni return to campus to relive their time as Wooster students, and this year’s homecoming marked the anniversary of one of the most consequential student movements in the College’s history. 2019 is the 30th anniversary of the Galpin […]

Students celebrate installation of peace pole

 Desi LaPoole Editor in Chief  The College of Wooster celebrated the installation of its own peace pole with a dedication ceremony held on Friday, Sep. 27 at Babcock Hall. According to Audrey VanderVelde ’20, co-president of Amnesty International, “A peace pole is a physical pole — ours has the eight most spoken languages at the […]

Nationals’ World Series win means a lot to fans

Jackson Todd 19 wins and 31 losses. Those are the numbers that keep sticking in my mind, even as I celebrate the first World Series Title for D.C. in my lifetime, because of what those numbers represent. The Nationals had 19 wins and 31 losses through our first 50 games, and we had a less than one […]

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Women’s soccer wins back-to-back titles

Angad Singh Sports Editor The Fighting Scots women’s soccer team’s sensational performance against DePauw set them up for winning the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) for a second consecutive year. The Scots’ performance against Denison University on Nov. 6 ensured their place in the final. Playing a familiar opponent, the team beat the Big Red […]

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Seniors look to go out with a bang for Coach Moore

Chloe Burdette Managing Editor As North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) schools prepare for the 2019-20 basketball season, their main goals include stacking wins and playing cohesively as a team. But as the Wooster Fighting Scots men’s basketball team prepares for their season, many players have another big goal in mind — to make it the best year yet for their beloved head coach, Steve Moore. Moore […]

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Oprah’s book club presents The Water Dancer

Kamal Morgan Contributing Writer Oprah’s annual book club presented their selection this past September: Ta-Nehisi Coates’The Water Dancer. This is Coates’ first novel and his fourth book overall. His book, Between the World and Me won the National Book award for nonfiction in 2015 and was a finalist for 2016 Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction. The […]

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A brief commentAry on japanese rock And talk

Andrew Kilbride An unfortunate aspect of having an Anglo-centric pop culture is that modes of entertainment not in English often get over- looked. Even though English is sort of an international lingua franca, for better or for worse, a small percentage of the world actually speaks it as a first lan- guage. Yet, this said […]

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Hozier concert places trust in the audience

Megan Tuennerman A&E Editor While there may be debate over how to pronounce his name, there can be no argument that Hozier’s performance at the Akron Civic Theatre on Nov. 7, as part of his Wasteland, Baby! tour, was powerful and raw. Before one can comment on the spectacular performances themselves, one must try to […]

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