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Campus Council commemorates 50th Anniversary Despite rain, Springfest gathers intimate crowd FOEIT  holds forum after year-long discussions Artist Jules Davis ’19 explores spaces in Wooster Track teams rally strong effort at Bob Kahn and dual meet
 

Campus Council commemorates 50th Anniversary

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer  “I came for the free Chipotle and left planning to run for office next year,” said one student to Robin Emmons ’19, a representative for Campus Council (CC). The student was referring to Campus Council’s 50th anniversary celebration, which was held this past Friday, April 26 in the CoRE. Approximately 75 […]

Despite rain, Springfest gathers intimate crowd

Elena Morey A&E Editor On Saturday, April 27, Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) held their yearly Springfest musical extravaganza featuring student openers DJ SP, Hot Water Street and MoonManFlo as well as visiting performers Overcoats, Giraffage and Saba. As the rain poured down, a few brave and loyal students gathered at the bottom of the stage.  […]

FOEIT holds forum after year-long discussions

Campus Council held an open discussion on the work of the taskforce and allowed a chance for students to provide feedback Samuel Casey News Editor On Tuesday, April 16, Campus Council hosted the Freedom of Expression and Inquiry Taskforce (FOEIT) forum to serve as an opportunity for students to learn and give feedback. According to […]

Artist Jules Davis ’19 explores spaces in Wooster

Claire Wineman Senior Staff Writer The first thing I noticed upon walking into Jules Davis ’19’s senior Independent Study (I.S.) exhibition, “Making Space,” was the large black and white drawing taking up one of the walls. While it is the quietest aspect of the multi-media project, it is also the most detailed, pulling you in […]

Track teams rally strong effort at Bob Kahn and dual meet

Ian Ricoy Contributing Writer Wooster’s men’s and women’s track and field teams had strong showings last week at the Bob Kahn Invitational at Oberlin College held on Saturday, April 6, and a dual meet at Denison University held on Wednesday, April 10. Both meets showed considerably strong showings from Wooster’s underclassman student athletes as well […]

Black Midi evokes rare and unforCECEable feelings

Andy Kilbride Senior A&E Writer I’m generally wary of the term “buzz band” as a concept because it evokes hordes of over-excitable PR-men more than the visceral thrill of witnessing musicians perfect their craft in real time. Falling in love with new music should feel like riding a rollercoaster as it’s being built, like the […]

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Party on the Green had an enthusiastic audience

Karabella Hernandez Contributing Writer On Saturday evening, Rat Queen, PUBLIC and Soccer Mommy played at Party on the Green to an enthusiastic group of students on the residential quad. Beautiful weather greeted the artists — a rare occurrence for concerts on campus — that reflected the bright and energetic mood of the large crowd. The […]

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51st Annual Fall Academy of Religion lecture series

Annie Sheneman Contributing Writer The 51st Annual College of Wooster Fall Academy of Religion lecture series began this Wednesday, Sep. 11, with a lecture from Larry Shirer, MBA, entitled “Spirituality in Native American Ceremonies.” The series will occur every Wednesday night until Oct. 16, for a total of six lectures, given by professors from The […]

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Banned Books Week celebrated at the College libraries

Korri Palmer Senior Staff Writer Could you ever imagine wanting to read a book, but you’re legally not allowed to? Although it may be surprising given the relationship the United States has with free speech, this is the reality for many books that have been deemed too inappropriate for public consumption.  From Sep. 16-28, The […]

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Kashmir coverage spreads misinformation

Angad Singh In the cacophony of news headlines, credible information gets buried underneath opinion. Fact becomes a narrative and an individual’s agenda becomes law. Particularly in Kashmir, India, the coverage by the news is incredibly skillful at displaying one perspective. I hope this viewpoint, through historical analysis, might scribble some fact on the backside of […]

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Omnivores fuel forest fires

Alysa Tarrant An article, “Vegan-elitism disparages indigenous culture” recently came to my attention that, although starting out discussing the Amazon, ended as a “shame on you” to vegans for “disparage [ing]indigenous cultures.” As a lifelong vegetarian, six-year vegan and someone who is writing their I.S. on veganism, there are a few things I’d like to […]

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