The regional competition is quickly approaching for Woosterís Moot Court team.
This year, 37 Wooster moot court participants will argue and defend the hypothetical case stipulated by the American Collegiate Moot Court Association State of Olympus vs. William DeNolf Jr., which involves a 15-year-old rape and kidnap suspect, implicated in the rape of another 15-year-old in his familyís RV. Continue reading Moot Court heading to Regionals →
The efforts put forth by staff members of Woosterís very own alumni magazine, titled Wooster, have been graciously recognized by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. CASE, for short, awarded Wooster a second place medal for Best Alumni Magazine in the category of publications produced by fewer than three fulltime employees. Continue reading Wooster alumni magazine receives award for its work →
Across the nation this Tuesday, millions of Americans voted in state and local elections.† Like most elections held in odd-numbered years, this Tuesdayís contests were primarily on the municipal level.† Wooster elected three city council members, one trustee and one new Board of Education member. Three state issues were also on the ballot for all of Ohio. Continue reading Community casts votes on controversial topics →
For many students, their college experience is characterized by the stress of having to deal with huge financial burdens. In these tough economic times, this burden is only exacerbated. To address studentsí growing problems with paying tuition, the Ohio Treasurerís Office has begun the Launch into Life program, which is a series of financial workshops offered on the campuses of various schools around the state. Continue reading Ohio Treasury aims to provide help to students →
The Feminist Majority Foundation asserts that four pregnancy resource centers within five miles of The College of Wooster campus are, in fact, ìfake” crisis pregnancy centers.†† The Feminist Majority Foundation claims that, ìCPCís [Crisis Pregnancy Centers]† use scare tactics and misinformation to manipulate women into choosing motherhood or adoption while pressuring them not to consider abortion or birth control.” Continue reading FMF claims local clinics misleading Asserts that pregnancy centers withhold facts from patients →
The week of Nov. 14 kicks off the Collegeís annual celebration of International Education Week with a variety of events and activities that are open to the campus and Wooster community.
IEW is a joint initiative of the United States Department of State and Education and has been in practice since 2000 and this year, on the tenth anniversary of the week, more than 100 countries worldwide will take part in the festivities. For over 30 years, the College has prided itself on celebrating IEW and this year, the different sponsors have put together a schedule of events all aimed at celebrating the benefits of international education. Continue reading Wooster to host annual International Education Week →