Archive | October, 2009

WORLD

Casualties in Pakistan caused by car bombing A car bomb killed 80 and wounded 200 in Pakistanís city of Peshawar on Wednesday. Militants suspected that this and other attacks from this month are aimed at deterring the public backing for an army offensive against al-Qaeda and Taliban close to the Afghan border.† Secretary of State […]

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No replacement for etiquette

Prior to a class on Tuesday evening, some friends and I stood in the hallway discussing Stephen Colbertís persona.† In high school, I thought the Democratís caricature of a right-wing conservative was sincere. It was during this discussion concerning the intersection of entertainment and politics that another student approached.† She was on her way to […]

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A reminder to be progressively united

On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m., Iím on the third floor of Morgan, wide awake and engaged in a compelling discussion ó African-American literature. The readings and discussions have made me incredibly aware of two things ó the progress we have made as a cohesive nation, and the remnants of slavery and racism in […]

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Ohio should vote against Issue 2

Ohioís constitution is about to be a comfortable home for special interests. Somewhere stuck between freedom of speech and school funding will lounge a group of politically appointed individuals enjoying ultimate authority regarding livestock standards in the state. This is what would happen on Nov. 3 if Ohio Issue 2 is passed.

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Join the new phenomenon

As I was browsing the headlines on CNN.com thinking about what to write for Viewpoints this week, I decided the question would be best answered by others. Automatically, I logged into my Twitter account and posted the message ìneed an article idea for next weekís viewpoints Ö any ideas?” As soon as I hit the […]

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Investment Club continues to build Collegeís trust

Since 1955, the College has been entrusting its money ó in various amounts ó to a group of Wooster students, some of whom are not economics majors and some of whom have never invested money before. Since 1955, the College has not been disappointed.

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