Archive | May, 2013

Cornwell meets with students to talk tuition

Kristen Sween Staff Writer Last Thursday in the Governance Room of the Scot Center, President Cornwell, along with other members of the administration, met with students to participate in one of SGA’s Fireside Chats. This particular talk focused on an important issue to both students and faculty: tuition and budget cuts. Laurie Stickelmaier, vice president […]

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Student group continues to combat rape culture on campus

Ian Benson News Editor With a report to the administration from the Committee investigating the incident at Lip Sync expected later today, the campus discussion on sexual assault has continued through the week. Students who met to discuss the original incident organized an event on Thursday called “What is Rape Culture?: Sexual Misconduct at the […]

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Budget allocations cause major cuts to campus groups

The African Students Union’s budget was cut by more than 81 percent; multi-ethnic groups cut on average by 49 percent Sarah Carracher Senior News Writer The student organization budget allocations resulted in large cuts to multi-ethnic organizations’ budgets much to the chagrin of their members. All student groups, on average, were cut 38 percent, and […]

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Put Yourself in My Chair: Students advocate for disability awareness

Tanvi Sood Staff Writer A group of students independent of organizations, put together an event to raise campus awareness about people with disabilities. “Put Yourself in My Chair” was a wheelchair obstacle course organized at Lowry Circle on April 17th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event grabbed the attention of students, faculty and […]

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Wooster excels at math and scientific modeling competition

Ben Taylor Staff Writer A group of Wooster students that competed in an annual mathematical and scientific modeling competition  after finished in the top 45 percent of the prestigious competition. Both teams placed well at the international event held in February against thousands of teams from schools like Harvard and Princeton. The teams gained honorable […]

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Moizuk departs for Case, graduate school

  Eric Moizuk I’m the class of 2014, but I was lucky enough to successfully apply to the 3-2 social work program Wooster has with Case Western Reserve. So while I am not a senior, I will be going to grad school in Cleveland this fall. As such, having to reflect on my experience at […]

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