Archive | November, 2009

Community sees rise in drug abuse

Recently local law enforcement officials have begun to play witness to an alarming new trend ó† the steady rise of illegal substance abuse. According to David Smith, the director of the Medway Drug Enforcement Agency, heroin use in Wooster and the surrounding communities has increased by approximately 400 percent in the past two years. In […]

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Construction of new coffee shop in Lowry to begin soon

Lowry Center is set to undergo a major facelift over winter break, including the addition of a new convenience store.† The store, complete with coffee bar, will help increase the dining options that are currently available on campus. ìThis exciting remodeling will bring a new look to the Lowry living room,” said Jackie Middleton, director […]

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Students vandalize field hockey goal posts

On the night of Saturday Nov. 14, College of Wooster students damaged three field hockey goals on Cindy Barr Field, only one of which is repairable, said Nate Whitfield, operations and facilities manager of the Physical Education Center. There is currently no known culprit.

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Campus

IEW hosts upcoming South Asia dinner South Asia Committee is hosting a South Asia Dinner on Saturday, November 21, at 6 p.m. in Mackey Hall.† Tickets are $7 students and $11 general admission and are available at Wilson Bookstore.† A variety of South Asian dishes will be served in honor of International Education Week. Gospel […]

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Local

Suspected killerís house searched in Cleveland Digging at the home of suspected serial killer Anthony Sowell of Cleveland continues.† Police and FBI agents are utilizing x-ray technology and miniature cameras to examine spaces between walls and floors of Sowellís home.† Thermal imaging and radar technology is also being used to identify potential locations for more […]

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NATIONAL

Obama to bring conspirators to court Republicans balked as President Obama unveiled a plan to try self-described 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in criminal courts. Mohammed and other co-conspirators will be transferred from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to New York City for the trial.† Republican dissenters feel the move is too risky for the suspected terrorists, […]

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