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College changes policy on credits and IB scores

Waverly Hart Editor in Chief On Monday, Feb. 3, the faculty voted to change their policy on accepting transfer credits and International Baccalaureate (IB) exam scores, as well as changing the final exam schedule. These changes were brought to the faculty by the Educational Policy Committee (EPC), which reviewed the changes and made a legislative […]

College and City continue to improve relationship

Olivia Proe Features Editor Beall Avenue acts as the main thoroughfare of The College of Wooster campus, but it has also long been an intersection between the lives of students and city residents. Hateful comments, harassment and sometimes acts of violence towards students along Beall have highlighted Wooster’s fraught “town and gown” relationship. Rooted in […]

Wooster teams place third in Scots Invitational

Angad Singh Sports Editor The College of Wooster men’s and women’s track teams participated in the Fighting Scots Invitational on Jan. 25 at the Scot Center. The Scots put up a strong performance over the weekend with both teams coming in third at the meet. The women put up an impressive performance, with Claudia Partridge […]

CWAM exhibit takes viewers back to childhood

Holly Engel A&E Editor We have all dreamed of flying. Even now, as we work to meet deadlines and bustle through the business of life, childhood imaginings can still develop at the back of our minds, full of color. It is these imaginings that Bridget Milligan, the department chair and an associate professor of art […]

Historic Latinx Lounge opens in Armington Hall

Ellie Kahn Features Editor The College of Wooster’s Latinx community has found a permanent home in Armington Hall, with the official inauguration of the Latinx Lounge taking place last Tuesday, Jan. 21. Administrators, faculty members and allies joined members of the Latinx student community to mark the momentous occasion. The inauguration of the Lounge is […]

“Night of One-Acts” cast member reflects on experience

Teresa Ascencio Contributing Writer On Thursday, Feb. 6 and Friday, Feb. 7, the Theatre and Dance Department held their “Night of One-Acts,” a night of thrilling performances and an opportunity to witness the many facets of student talent — particularly in the arts — through both performance and directing. The two plays performed, “Within The […]

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Latinas Unidas hosts presentation and discussion

Olivia Proe Features Editor On Wednesday, Feb. 5, Latinas Unidas (LU) hosted the event “Cafe Con Leche.” Held in the new Latinx Lounge in Armington Hall, board members Annays Yacamán ’22, Mia Villavicencio-Eschinger ’22 and Margie Sosa ’20 led discussion about colorism in the Latinx community. “Latinas Unidas was inspired to hold our Café Con […]

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Deviance and Criminology teaches academics and empathy

Kaylee Liu Contributing Writer The “prison course” isn’t the friendliest nickname for a class, as one may be inclined to think of dreary and depressing lectures about the broken criminal justice system. At Wooster, however, the “prison course” refers to professor Anne Nurse’s Deviance and Criminology course that aims to bridge the gap between the […]

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Our goal should be utopia

Marco Roccato As a current senator-at-large in Student Government Association (SGA), I have had the chance to listen directly to the many conversations about the planned restructuring of Wooster’s student government. Throughout these talks, both in and outside of the scheduled meetings of Campus Council (CC) and SGA, many have talked of a “merger” or […]

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Changes should be approved by students

Camille Carr This is for the Oversight Committee: you got me messed up. Just as Rachel should not have messed with Jasmine Collins’ money, the Oversight Committee should not mess with the Scot’s Key. All joking aside, I would like to positively acknowledge the work of the five student government leaders who are behind this […]

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We need a student government that works

Saeed Hussain The biggest success by the restruc- turing of Campus Council (CC) and the Student Government Association SGA) will perhaps be an end to the question, “What’s the difference?” One would suppose that an ideal system of governance would be one that makes it easy to understand, and not one that you need a […]

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