Students protest overturning of Roe v. Wade

Kaylee Liu, News Editor; Holly Shaum, Staff Writer Last Saturday, students held a Bans Off Our Bodies demonstration, protesting the overturning of Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022. The demonstration marked the three-month anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to overrule the constitutional right to abortion and to eliminate federal standards protecting abortion access.Continue reading “Students protest overturning of Roe v. Wade”

Delirious Thoughts on the Changing Seasons

It’s freshly fall, officially as of a week or so ago, marked in sound by the brief abundance of the deservedly beloved Earth, Wind & Fire tune “September.” It doesn’t quite look autumnal yet, but the cold has come out with a vengeance that is, at the very least, uncharacteristic for this sort of weatherContinue reading “Delirious Thoughts on the Changing Seasons”

Another Plea to Reconsider Howard Lowry’s Legacy

Irene Jordan Dardashti, Contributing Writer It was not the typical way to name a campus building when the Chair of the Board of Trustees Cary Wagner, Class of 1915, impulsively announced that a new student center on campus would be named for then president Howard F. Lowry.  That was on a cold day in December,Continue reading “Another Plea to Reconsider Howard Lowry’s Legacy”

Scots Football Shut Out by Nationally-Ranked DePauw Tigers

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Wooster Fighting Scots football team traveled to Greencastle, Indiana to take on the DePauw Tigers on Saturday for a 1:00 p.m. kickoff. Wooster had their hands full as the Tigers had been utterly dominant throughout the early stages of the season. Prior to last Saturday’s game, DePauw dismantled itsContinue reading “Scots Football Shut Out by Nationally-Ranked DePauw Tigers”

Womens Volleyball Fall to NCAC Champs Wittenberg

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots volleyball team faced a steep challenge last Saturday, as they visited Springfield, Ohio to take on the Wittenberg University Tigers in a rematch of last year’s NCAC championship battle in which the Tigers swept the Scots. The off-season was not kind to Wooster, as many of theContinue reading “Womens Volleyball Fall to NCAC Champs Wittenberg”

Men’s Tennis Bounce Back and Battle at Big Red Invitational

Miles Rochester, Sports Editor The Fighting Scots’ men’s tennis team traveled to Denison University this past weekend and took on a number of teams at the 2022 Big Red Invitational. While the Scots fought hard in their 24 battles, they only won seven matches on Saturday Sept. 24 and two matches on Sunday Sept. 25.Continue reading “Men’s Tennis Bounce Back and Battle at Big Red Invitational”

Racism, Antiracism and Woo: Jason Reynolds Visits Campus

Grace Pryor, Contributing Writer Last Thursday night, McGaw Chapel was filled to the brim with students, faculty and Wooster community members, all waiting to hear a No. 1 New York Times best-selling author speak. Jason Reynolds is the award-winning author of “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You,” which was the required reading for incoming first-year studentsContinue reading “Racism, Antiracism and Woo: Jason Reynolds Visits Campus”

Campus Safety Cracks Down on Parking Locations

Ethan Sieber News Editor During the weekend of Sept. 24, many students at Tthe College of Wooster were greeted with the unpleasant sight of parking tickets issued to their cars. The majority of these tickets were issued to cars parked in the South parking lots. The issuance of these tickets comes in the wake ofContinue reading “Campus Safety Cracks Down on Parking Locations”

Students Get “Turned On” to Safer Sex Practices

Gianna Hayes, Contributing Writer Many students showed up to the residential quad eager to receive a variety of goodies and learn more about sexual safety on and off-campus at Sex on the Quad last Friday, Sept. 23. Some tables at the event offered condoms and dental dams, while others offered pop-its and play-dough. The condomContinue reading “Students Get “Turned On” to Safer Sex Practices”