Archive | January, 2011

And, the left should step up

In regard to the increasingly hostile conservative political discourse that Dan has discussed, I must pose the question: will the political left please step up? Yes, the tragedy in Tucson put a damper on the Republican’s incriminating rhetoric. However, once America’s collective consciousness moves on from the shooting, can we really expect the civility to […]

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The King’s Speech

British royalty is in.† The world is atwitter with Prince William’s engagement to Kate Middleton and the 2010 movie “The King’s Speech” is nominated for seven Golden Globe Awards, 14 awards from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 14 British Academy of Film Awards and 12 Academy Awards. And it deserves every bit […]

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Track and field ready for spring

The College of Wooster men’s and women’s track and field teams will travel to Oberlin College tomorrow for their first indoor meet of the 2011 season. Over the course of the next two months, the track and field teams will be training and competing indoors, cumulating the indoor season at the NCAA Championships on March […]

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Senate votes to repeal Health Care Bill

On Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, (R-KY) announced that he and fellow Republicans will push for a health care repeal vote, although their chances of success are slim in the Democratic-run chamber. According to USA Today, the House voted for repeal last week. McConnell predicts the effort will fall short in the Democratic senate; […]

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Spain offers rich study abroad experiences

By Emily Bartelheim, Features Editor So I’m supposed to cram a summary of my study-abroad experience into one 500-word newspaper article.† For the others who have gone abroad, you know how hard it is to describe everything in a 30-minute conversation, let alone half a page of text.† Talk about a challenge; but here are […]

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Attempted abduction on Beall

At approximately 10:10 p.m. on Monday evening, three suspects driving a red SUV with Ohio plates attempted to abduct a female first-year student. The student was headed northbound on Beall Ave. when the car stopped next to her. One of the passengers opened a side door and demanded that she get in the vehicle. The […]

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