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Weber House broken into during winter break

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer On Jan. 14, Director of Security and Protective Services (SPS) Steve Glick sent an email to the campus community about the break-in of a campus house. The building was later identified by house members as Weber House. “Several student rooms were entered and items were taken,” Glick stated. “The incident […]

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Two recent incidents of arson under investigation

Ian Benson News Editor Early April 7, a fire was discovered at the Gault Admissions Center, damaging the front doors of the building. This was the second incident in little over a week, with a fire started near Kauke Hall early March 30. The Kauke fire was reported by the custodial staff and the Admissions […]

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Procedures for carrel, single room selections change for next year

Kim Schmitz News Editor Many students have wondered how the College’s largest student body in recent history is going to be accommodated next year. Senior study carrels and single dorm rooms are some of the expected space shortages. To fairly assign these spaces, lottery systems similar to the general room draw took place on Sunday. […]

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TED Talks Sponsored by C4E

The C4E is presenting the 2011 TED talks from March 1 until March 4 via an official webstream. The presentations will be available to watch in the Center for Entrepreneurship,† Morgan 301. The presentations will cover topics across all majors at the college, including sociology, biology, neuroscience and philosophy.† This the second annual TED hosted […]

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GSE program receives major honor

The College of Wooster’s Global Social Entrepreneurship (Global SE) program has been cited for excellence by the Institute of International Excellence (IIE).† The Global SE program will receive the Andrew Heiskell Award for innovation in international education at the Sixth Annual Best Practices in Internationalization Conference on March 18. IIE President and CEO Allan E. […]

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New fund to help assist the unemployed

The HOPE Fund in Wayne County seeks to assist lower income individuals in this time of few job opportunities.† People that need a variety of odd jobs done may Lease a Lion, Rent a Rotarian, or Contract a Kiwanian. These jobs help teach job training skills for future hiring opportunities. The person hiring the help […]

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