The Lunar New Year: Ringing in the Year of the Rabbit

Grace Pryor, Contributing Writer Last Saturday, the Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) kicked off the Year of the Rabbit in style. Held in Knowlton Commons, the occasion celebrated the Chinese New Year. CSSA collaborated with the College’s Chinese department, the Wooster Mennonite Church and the Wooster Christian Fellowship in hosting the event. Knowlton wasContinue reading “The Lunar New Year: Ringing in the Year of the Rabbit”

RSL Celebrate the Holiday Season for All

Holly Shaum, Staff Writer On Saturday, Dec. 3, Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) hosted an event called “(W)Inter Religious Holidays Festival” to celebrate a wide range of holidays and observances taking place between December and mid-January. The event took place in Knowlton Commons with RSL members educating their fellow Wooster students on Buddhism, Judaism, CatholicismContinue reading “RSL Celebrate the Holiday Season for All”

The Power of Eating Simply at Woo’s Soup and Bread

Gianna Hayes, Contributing Writer As Wooster changes with the seasons, the blustery days beckon us inside to enjoy apple ciders and hot chocolates. Sure, we could head to Boo Bears, Knowlton Cafe or MacLeod’s coffee shop/convenience store, but besides these lovely locales with coffee to keep our hands warm, there are Wednesdays at Kittredge DiningContinue reading “The Power of Eating Simply at Woo’s Soup and Bread”

Showcasing Ta-Irty-Bai: Uncovering Her History at Woo

Tyler Rak ’24, Business Manager The College of Wooster mummy. An elusive figure shrouded in mystery. Some say she roams the steam tunnels at night. Others say that students should rub her toes for good luck. Where, you may ask, has the mummy been all these years? Not roaming the steam tunnels, but rather storedContinue reading “Showcasing Ta-Irty-Bai: Uncovering Her History at Woo”

Scotlight: Douglas Richardson

Introduce yourself! Hi, I am Douglas Richardson, a senior communication studies major and sociology minor from Chattanooga, Tenn. I am the president of Shades of Gold, the president of Xi Chi Psi, the treasurer of the communications club and the treasurer of Lambda Pi Eta, the communications honors society.  Wow, you are super busy! Indeed.Continue reading “Scotlight: Douglas Richardson”

The Coziness of Autumn Felt at Fall Fest

Elizabeth Heatwole, Contributing Writer As the leaves of campus trees continue to drop, the entrance of quintessential fall activities and autumn weather marks the passage of time. Pumpkins, apple cider and an overwhelming feeling of comfort are encased within the essence of fall. Wooster Activities Crew’s (WAC) inaugural Fall Fest, held on Nov. 5, servedContinue reading “The Coziness of Autumn Felt at Fall Fest”

An Autumnal Abundance of Altars and Ancestors

Ellen McAllister, Creative Editor Altars and Ancestors, hosted by Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) on Oct. 27, was a time for students of different religious backgrounds to share stories about their ancestors, religious beliefs and why altars are important to them. Students were invited to drink tea while they listened to the presenters and wereContinue reading “An Autumnal Abundance of Altars and Ancestors”