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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”
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”
Departments hit by staffing shortages, leading to cuts in operation hours Samuel Boudreau Editor in Chief After an eventful 2021-22 academic year that saw increased entry-level hourly wages, calls for student and faculty dining staff volunteers, partnerships with multiple local food businesses and a contentious decision to outsource dining services to Creative Dining Services (CDS),Continue reading “New year, same problem: Dining and libraries adjust to staff shortages”
Ethan Sieber, News Editor As the 2022 fall semester got underway, many students saw a surprising number of new faces leading their departments. Staffing and labor shortages are problems that the entire United States has had to contend with since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and The College of Wooster is no stranger toContinue reading “College struggles to retain tenure-tracked faculty, raising concerns”
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