Archive | October, 2013

Touré to visit campus

 Ian Benson Editor-in-Chief As a part of this year’s forum series, the College will welcome noted journalist Touré on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m. He is the host of Fuse’s Hiphop Shop and On the Record, a co-host of The Cycle on MSNBC, a regular contributor to The Dylan Ratigan Show and a member […]

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SGA launches push to end unclaimed damages

Mariah Joyce Contributing Writer The Wooster Ethic, a document that all students of the College sign during the early weeks of their first year, reads as follows: “I hereby join this community with a commitment to the Wooster Ethic upholding academic and personal integrity and a culture of honesty and trust in all my academic […]

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Wooster student arrested for drug possession

Security discovered marijuana, prescription drugs, and LSD in the dorm room of Sarah Loether ’15 Madeleine O’Neill News Editor At 10:50 p.m. on the night of Oct. 12, officers from the Wooster Police Department were called to Holden Hall by campus Security and Protective Services officers in response to a drug complaint. Security had conducted […]

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Project Unbreakable aims to raise awareness

Sarah Carracher News Editor Project Unbreakable, a national project dedicated to increasing awareness of sexual assault and helping victims heal through art, has recently made its appearance on the Wooster campus. Susan Lee, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity Affairs and Campus Climate, asked the student body in an email to submit photos of […]

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Guest speaker Alison Bechdel draws a crowd, wins hearts

Dani Gagnon A&E Editor   Last Thursday evening, the packed audience in an Ebert Art Center classroom was shocked as the prominent identity politics cartoonist Alison Bechdel began her lecture with a series of her past rejection letters. Bechdel prefaced her lecture by reminding the audience that much of her early career was spent on […]

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Scots play up to par in recent NCAC games

The Wooster women’s soccer team played to two draws in five days last week, tying Hiram College 1-1 on Oct. 15 and playing a scoreless match at Denison University last Saturday. The ties bring the Scots’ record to 7-5-3 (2-1-2 NCAC). At Hiram (7-5-2, 1-3-1 NCAC), Wooster appeared to have the victory in hand thanks […]

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