Archive | October, 2009

FMF claims local clinics misleading Asserts that pregnancy centers withhold facts from patients

The Feminist Majority Foundation asserts that four pregnancy resource centers within five miles of The College of Wooster campus are, in fact, ìfake” crisis pregnancy centers.†† The Feminist Majority Foundation claims that, ìCPCís [Crisis Pregnancy Centers]† use scare tactics and misinformation to manipulate women into choosing motherhood or adoption while pressuring them not to consider […]

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Wooster to host annual International Education Week

The week of Nov. 14 kicks off the Collegeís annual celebration of International Education Week with a variety of events and activities that are open to the campus and Wooster community. IEW is a joint initiative of the United States Department of State and Education and has been in practice since 2000 and this year, […]

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Bros crochet for causes in local campus community

ìHanging out with the bros” can mean all sorts of things on a college campus: eating and playing video games, to name a couple. But for seven juniors on the north end of campus, who call themselves The Brochet Society, it means spending two days a week crocheting hats for charitable agencies.

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Linder lecture features Professor Nancy Fraser On Thursday, Nov. 12, the College will host its third annual Linder Lecture in Ethics, sponsored by the Philosophy Department. This yearís featured lecturer will be Nancy Fraser, professor of political and social science and department chair of New School University in New York. The lecture is entitled ìWho […]

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Holtec Manufacturer bringing jobs to Orrville International aluminum extrusion and fabrication manufacturer Holtec, previously residing in Marlton, N.J., plans to relocate its Ohio operations to Orrville, bringing 300 jobs and occupying the former American Weatherseal manufacturing plant.† Mike Hedberg, director of the Office of Orrville Industrial Development, stated this deal has been eight months in […]

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San Francisco bridge closed temporarily The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge closed Tuesday after a rod and metal brace from an emergency repair job fell onto westbound lanes. A pair of drivers impacted with the debris and hundreds of others were stranded, but no injuries have been reported.† According to the California Department of Transportation, the […]

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