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Annual SOAN lecture features urban criminologist

Kaylee Liu Contributing Writer The Stieglitz Memorial Lecture is an annual talk hosted by the department of sociology and anthropology, made possible by Dr. and Mrs. Lewis N. Stieglitz of Concord, N.H. This year, the speaker, Patrick Carr, professor of sociology at Rutgers University and current director of the Program in Criminal Justice at Rutgers, […]

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Religious diversity event brings together faith-based groups

Sara Fikse  Contributing Writer Last week on Thursday, Nov. 14, Pi Kappa organized an event with three faith-based groups at The College of Wooster. The event was organized in order to increase understanding regarding religious diversity. This discussion-centered event was a collaboration between Hillel, Noor and Word Up! and allowed for a space to discuss […]

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Rake-a-Difference promotes involvement in the community

Kaylee Liu Contributing Writer Organized by the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN), Rake-a-Difference is an an- nual service event connecting the College with the larger Wooster community. During Rake-a-Difference, students and volunteers rake yards in Wooster with their friends. It tends to be a fun, relaxing event — donuts are provided and it’s a good time […]

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International Education Week celebrated at Wooster

Zoe Covey Features Editor InternationalEducationWeek (IEW) is back again this year, and though the Culture Show is by far the most publicized event of the week every time it rolls around, many seem to forget that it is only the kick- off to a week full of events put on by both the College and […]

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Booksgiving provides donated books for Wooster community

Zachary Milko Contributing Writer As Denzel Washington once said,“At the end it’s not  about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished.It’sabout who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.” Wooster students love to em- brace holidays all year long and that includes Booksgiving. Booksgiving is in full swing […]

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Three TREK courses offered by the College this summer

Waverly Hart Editor in Chief This summer, The College of Wooster is offering three TREKs for students to study abroad and immerse them- selves in a different environ- ment. TREKs stand for Think, Research, Engage, Know and are led by Wooster faculty and take place during a school break or as a semester-long course. This […]

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