Archive | January, 2010

World

Bin-Laden tape examined by CIA Al Qaeada leader Osama bin Laden claims responsibility for a new audio tape which discusses the Christmas Day attempt to blow up a plane on its way to Michigan. The tape also warns the United States that more attacks are imminent. The CIA has previously confirmed Al-Jazeeraís authenticity of other […]

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Krall incorporates Ebert coffin into her I.S. project

When people think about possible Independent Study topics, studying mummies generally doesnít make the cut. For biochemistry and molecular biology major and art history minor Kimberly Krall í10, however, this opportunity was only a building away. In Ebert Art Museum, there is a mummyís coffin that was donated years ago to the College. The coffin […]

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Woosterís cricket history boasts appreciation for the sport

Over the past decade, the primarily Eastern sport of cricket has found its place in a country that is saturated with other popular sports such as baseball, basketball, soccer and American football. The surprising popularity of cricket in America stems from the ethnic diversity that American educational institutions foster and encourage. The Wooster Cricket Club […]

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Sapere Aude satisfies inquiries for those who dare to know

Sapere Aude or ìdare to know” seems a fitting title for a journal encompassing a wide array of philosophical areas. ìSapere Aude: The Wooster Journal of Philosophical Inquiry” is a peer-reviewed undergraduate journal that works, according to its co-editor-in-chief Lindsay Brainard í10, ìto facilitate intellectual discovery by encouraging students to reason independently and to explore […]

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Hype to bring hope

On Feb. 6, Wooster Activities Crew and the Underground will be working together to produce a battle of the bands style fundraiser for Haiti relief, known as Hype For Haiti, with the winner getting a spot in Aprilís† Springfest performance. WAC Music Committee Director David Small í11, however, emphasized that it is not to be […]

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Going Green @Wooster

1. Feeling tired already this semester? Open the blinds and turn off the lights. Sunlight has been known to give you more energy and regulate sleep patterns, which will in turn brighten your mood.

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