Archive | September, 2009

The new Wooster Inn Pub adds flair to the community

For Ken Bogucki, executive chef and general manager, The Wooster Inn has been a place he can call his home. For the past six years, while working at the Inn, Bogucki has gotten to know most of the people that have stayed or dined there, and even parents that come to watch their childís graduation. […]

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Jim Spires: More than just an average potter and sculptor

When I first heard of Jim Spires I pictured a homey older gentleman that had made pottery his life. I wasnít expecting anything too elaborate ó I was wrong. Jim Spires was born and raised seven miles east of here in Dalton, Ohio.† His family didnít have much and Spires worked with a potter after […]

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Woosterís disposal and recycling: Separating trash from truth

Contrary to what many students and faculty believe, recyclable items are not separated from non-recyclable items as part of the Collegeís recycling program. If recyclable items are not placed into a specific recycling dumpster, all items will be sent to a landfill. With the Collegeís previous recycling service, Landmark Disposal Ltd., dumpsters used to be […]

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Observe all holidays

I forgive you President Cornwell, please ask for my forgiveness. I would like to wish everyone a blessed year in 5770. 5770? Yes, for those of you who do not know last weekend was the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. This holiday is one of the two most important holidays in the Jewish religion. The […]

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Take advantage of your four years

When I was a first-year, I always thought editorials like this one were clichÈd and unnecessary. But given that I completely ignored them and now wish that I didnít, I may as well give it a go. As I approached senior year, there is one statement I remember saying over and over: ìIíll give that […]

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ScotBlogs give inside look at Wooster

Blogging is the latest Internet craze with millions using them. You can share thoughts, ideas, events and whatever you want on them. When I and two other students got an offer to become bloggers for the Admissions Deptartment, I got excited. The College has decided to reach out to prospective students in a different way, […]

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