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College Fails to Support Neurodiversity

Amber Rush Picture yourself walking into a stranger’s office. Not a therapist, not a doctor but someone you don’t know. The stranger tells you to explain your mental ill- ness and why you need an accommodation for an emotional support animal. Your worst fears have been realized. No one believes that you need help for […]

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College halts publicizing student achievements

Amber Rush Viewpoints Editor In a Nov. 11 email to the student body, the Office of Marketing and Communications announced that they will be working with hometown media outlets to learn about and share various student achievements. The email mentioned that there is an “opt-out” option, asking students to specify if they did not want […]

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College hosts dialogue on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Ellie Kahn Features Editor On Thursday, Nov. 7, Lean Lecture Hall was filled with students and community members to hear from Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger, an Israeli settler, and Shadi Abu Awwad, a Palestinian activist. Schlesinger and Abu Awwad are both integral members of “Roots-Shorashim-Judur,” a Palestinian-Israeli initiative founded in 2014. Officially abbreviated as “Roots,” the […]

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Who does our history erase?

Laura Burch Known as Veteran’s Day in the U.S. since 1954, Armistice Day, Nov. 11, commemo- rates the end of World War I, and honors military veter- ans of all wars. As this year’s anniversary approaches, I remember where I was on this day last year: the muddy banks of the Meuse in northeastern France, […]

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We must discuss nuances of a Green New Deal

Jackson Beckerley I have heard broad support from friends and colleagues for the “Green New Deal,” which is a resolution passed by the U.S. House of Representa- tives that calls for significant changes in our economic structure to combat the effects of climate change. It aims to bring forth an economy built on sustain- ability […]

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The Wooster Scot Band welcomes new leadership

 Megan Tuennerman A&E Editor As Wooster students, when we think of kilts, many of us immediately think of the marching band. A unique and historical group on campus, the marching band holds many traditions. But it is also moving into a new era. This year the band has three new faculty leaders – Joel Graham […]

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