Archive | September, 2009

This Week in Pictures

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Cleveland exhibit has Wooster ties

The Dittrick Medical History Center of Case Western Reserve University opened a new, permanent exhibit on the history of contraception Thursday, Sept. 17. Assistant Editor of Wooster magazine Jimmy Wilkinson Meyer is the guest curator for ìVice, Virtue, and Contraband: A History of Contraception in America.” She, along with Chief Curator of the Dittrick James […]

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Sophomore class enjoys time off campus at yearly retreat

Every college student has a similar dilemma. We all wonder, What should I do with my life? Who am I, really? What should I major in? Do I really want to do that for the rest of my life? These questions may seem even more pronounced in the sophomore year. This past weekend, the sophomore […]

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Kristof discusses global oppression of women

According to an old Chinese proverb, women hold up half the sky. Looking at the immense problems around the globe like global warming and a worldwide economic recession, half the sky is already falling. According to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, the key to lifting the sky back up will rely on the worldwide […]

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LGBT rally to be held

The ìOpen the Door to Equality” rally, Woosterís first-ever gay rights event, will take place a week from this Sunday, on Oct. 4 from 4 to 5 p.m. at the gazebo on the square in Downtown Wooster. Ohioans for Marriage Equality, (OME) is hosting the rally, which is also being sponsored by the College of […]

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Field hockey cruises past Wittenberg on way to 8-0 start

The womenís field hockey team has their sights set high this season. They came into their home opener last Saturday against their biggest rival, Wittenberg. Tensions were especially high considering one of Woosterís former players, Elizabeth Dwyer, now plays for the hated Tigers.

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