Archive | April, 2010

INTERNATIONAL

Flight from Iraq to U.K. finally a success The first commercial flight from Iraq to the United Kingdom in 20 years landed at London’s Gatwick Airport late Sunday night and took off for Baghdad Monday morning. Commercial air flights between the nations have been haulted since the invasion of Kuwait in 1990. Among the people […]

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To the Editors:

Recently I attended a Lobby Day in Columbus on the behalf of Planned Parenthood of Northeast Ohio to discuss the Ohio Prevention First Act with my state legislators. The day was very successful and informative, and I was proud to voice the need for this landmark legislation for Ohio women. The act encompasses a number […]

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SENIOR EDITORIAL: Don’t be afraid to explore new things

Of all of the activities, social and academic, extracurricular and co-curricular, in which I’ve participated on this campus, there is almost nothing I regret doing.† There is, however, a lot that I regret not doing.† I wish I’d gone to more swing dance lessons, taken a philosophy class, actually gone to parties ó all manner […]

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SENIOR EDITORIAL: Thank you

To all the people at Wooster that go unappreciated- the janitors, the Mom’s workers, campus recycling, the folks at printing and binding, campus landscaping, the women who work in the bookstore, the wonderful staff of Olde Main and the Lowry workers: the people that do our dishes, clean up after our parties, and keep our […]

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SENIOR EDITORIAL: Lowry needs some love

There are a lot of things I’m going to miss about Wooster. I’ll miss my friends and my roommate. Sunday morning breakfasts at Mom’s or The Shack. A certain someone’s sports editorial one-liners ó which were more hit or miss than a game of battleship.

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SENIOR EDITORIAL: The Voice keeps journalism alive

My association with journalism began in ninth grade with an empty elective spot and nothing more or less than a whim ó a whim which has spent the last eight years blossoming into a career. Next year I’ll be moving to New York City to get my Masters of Science in Journalism at Columbia University.

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