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Andrews Hall to undergo renovations for 2019-20 academic year

Samuel Casey News Editor Andrews Hall, a residence hall that currently houses first-year students, will undergo renovations following the 2019 Commencement ceremony and will not reopen until August 2020.  According to an article in The Daily Record from June 2018, former Associate Vice President for Facilities, Management and Development Doug Laditka stated that the anticipated […]

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Allocations Committee releases budgets to clubs

Budgets released beyond Student Activities’ April 10 deadline, leaving student organizations little time to prepare appeals Samuel Casey News Editor Saeed Husain News Editor On Monday, April 22, Allocations Committee began to disburse budgets in small waves to each of the student groups on campus that sought funding, according to Co-Chair Isaac Weiss ’20, treasurer […]

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Kendra Morehead to leave College on May 8

Saeed Husain News Editor Kendra Morehead, assistant director of International Student Services (ISS) in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) at the College, will be vacating her position on Wednesday, May 8 to join Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Morehead made the announcement to all international students at the College on Thursday, April […]

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Voice selects new senior editors

Samuel Casey News Editor For the 2019-20 school year, Waverly Hart ’20 and Desi LaPoole ’20 were chosen as Editors in Chief for The Wooster Voice by Mackenzie Clark ’19 and Coral Ciupak ’19 who currently occupy the leadership positions. Chloe Burdette ’21 has been selected as Managing Editor. The new senior editors have conducted […]

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International Student Orientation modified for future classes

Bijeta Lamichhane Contributing Writer This year, the College has modified International Student Orientation (ISO) by combining it with New Student Orientation (NSO). The changes will assist International Students in retaining information despite jet lag and will increase the interaction between incoming first years as a whole. “Since students are extremely jet lagged, there have been […]

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Planning for Lowry renovations to begin this year

Eight shortlisted architectural firms will present in May, planning committee with various campus constituents to convene this summer. Saeed Husain News Editor As one crosses over Beall Ave. towards Lowry Center during the busy lunch hour in the next few years, a different kind of space will welcome them. The College is currently in the […]

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