Archive | November, 2010

Helen Murray Free ’45 receives two national awards

Many students, professors, and alumni from The College of Wooster have been recognized for outstanding achievement in their academic fields, and the most recent notable alum is Helen Murray Free† class of 1945. Free is considered to be a pioneering chemist and recently received two prestigious awards: the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, and […]

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Activism rises on college campuses to end hate groups

The recent addition of the location of hate groups across the country on the walls of Lowry Pit this past week has shown the Wooster campus that as protected as it may seem in this small town, ignorance and racism still are clearly apparent in society. These hate groups range from Holocaust deniers to Ku […]

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Three missing in Mt. Vernon kidnapping

Officials from the Knox County Sheriff’s Department are continuing their search to find a missing woman, her 10-year-old son and a family friend in Mount Vernon, Ohio.† 32-year-old Tina Herrmann, her 10-year-old son Kody Maynard and her 41-year-old friend, Stephanie Sprang, all went missing more than five days ago, and although authorities remain optimistic while […]

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Game Club’s budget approved for $200

Last week Campus Council approved a budget of $200 for the recently founded Game Club. †The Game Club meets on Friday evenings to play board games with one another.† Most of the board games played at Game Club are games of strategy and problem solving.† The budget will allow the club to buy new board […]

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70 -year-old woman robbed by a clown

Jacqueline Cutright of Akron, Ohio was robbed as she was sitting on the toilet.† According to AOL News, 22-year-old Cory Buckley broke into Cutright’s basement window and ransacked the house. Buckley, who dressed as a clown as a disguise for this robbery, demanded Oxycontin and cash.† He stole $28 in cash and $1000 in costume […]

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Arizona votes in favor of Prop. 107

Arizona voters have approved the medical marijuana law, CNN reported Monday. The vote made Arizona the 15th state to pass a medical marijuana law since 1996.† The law allows patients with debilitating medical conditions to use cannabis if they have a recommendation from their physician.† In the same article by CNN, Rob Kampia, the executive […]

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