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Potential new program aims to enchance student experience

Bijeta Lamichhane News Editor The College is developing a new program called “Pathways,” which aims to focus on creating opportunities for students that help them explore their intellectual interests as well as professional aspirations. “For some students, these interests are the same,” President Sarah Bolton said. “But for others, they are quite different.” This program […]

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College re-establishes NAACP chapter

Desi LaPoole Editor in Chief Thanks to the efforts of several students, The College of Wooster’s NAACP chapter has been re-established after years of absence from campus. With the re-establishment process finalized, the student organizers recently announced the College’s NAACP unit is now active and the organization will begin hosting regularly scheduled general assembly meetings […]

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Contagious Strain B flu affects campus community

Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer This past week, positive identifications of Strain B flu were made on campus. The spread of the flu was initially reported in an email sent to the campus community by Ray Tucker, director of Longbrake Student Wellness Center (Wellness) on Jan. 22. “If you are experiencing fever, chills, cough, sore […]

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College’s governing bodies proceed with plan to merge

Waverly Hart Editor in Chief The two governing bodies on campus, Student Government Association (SGA) and Campus Council (CC), are planning to dissolve and form a new body altogether. The new group will have powers similar to SGA and CC, but will function as a singular governing body. This new body has been in the […]

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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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Application for service houses changes

Bijeta Lamichhane News Editor Several changes have been put forward in the application process for on-campus service houses this year. One of the most significant alterations is that students will no longer be able to apply to live in these houses as a group. Instead, they can either apply to live in a service house […]

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