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Individual Actions can Change the World

Will McMichael Imagine the best version of our planet. What does it look like? Can it get any better? Back to reality. Our planet is being destroyed. The people in power are turning their backs on future generations. We are all placed in a system where it is nearly impossible to live ethically. Our trash […]

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See a problem, fix a problem

Sam Casey My dad recently visited campus to pick me up for an annual golf tournament we play in. As we walked to my room in the basement of Holden to pick up my bag, we entered on the Lowry side and passed through the double doors by the elevator that lead you to the […]

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Scooters are decidedly “not epic”

David Pfeffer Here’s a decision-making problem that even you non-philosophy majors can solve: say there’s a student on a scooter barreling at you on the sidewalk, do you A) stay in your lane and get hit, B) move out of the way or C) move out of the way and roll your eyes? Chances are, […]

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Kittredge is integral to Wooster experience

Claire Montgomery This year’s first-years and sophomores have never experienced Kittredge Dining Hall (Kitt) operating as one of the main dining halls on campus. Perhaps they have gone there for Soup & Bread, or maybe they moved in early and have dined there when Lowry was closed for a couple days before class started. But […]

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Student meal plans should adjust to match ingredient price fluctuations

Neva Derewetzky As college students, we are at a constant war with our wallets. Whatever your spending practices, there is one certain fact. You need to budget your meal plan even if it is made of prepaid money. At Wooster, we are not given the option to forego our meal plans for the immense possibilities […]

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Low prices disrespect staff

Eli Learn Last night, I went to Mom’s and waited for an hour to get my food. The combined time it took me to wait in line, receive my food and correct the mistake made by the staff took one hour.  To those familiar with the Mom’s experience, this is not an uncommon story. Lunch […]

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