Archive | March, 2011

Study abroad: a new perspective on Paris

By Boo Flynn, Staff Writer I spent this past summer telling everyone who would listen that I was going to Paris for a semester.† I loved to hear them tell me I would have the time of my life, that Paris is the best city in the world, and I would smile and tell them, […]

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Disillusion in Obama

A little over two years ago I would have told you Barack Obama was going change the world. Posters from the campaign covered the walls of my room, and for all of October 2008, I was dedicated to campaigning for the liberal democrat who I just knew was going to change everything George W. Bush […]

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Tuition & fees increase to $47,600

by Kris Fronzak, News Editor For students who rely heavily upon scholarships and financial aid to fund their four years at the College, Monday’s news that tuition would increase to $47,600 was highly unwelcome. According to President Grant Cornwell, “The increase in tuition and fees is not happening in order to fund some new initiative […]

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Men’s lacrosse opens campaign with victory

The College of Wooster men’s lacrosse team got off to a stellar start last Sunday by beating the Aurora University Spartans 9-2. Joe Suliman ’11 and Matt Ranck ’13 led the Scots and each recorded hat-tricks. Wooster took control of the game early when midfielder Patrick Schlick ’13 scored his third career goal with only […]

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Track ready for NCAC

After capturing first place in the shot put two weeks ago at the Kenyon Classic, Josh Kime ’11 continued his dominating season by again finishing first at Denison University’s “Last Chance” meet this past Saturday in Granville, Ohio. The senior from Bucyrus, Ohio beat out 12 other competitors with a throw of 46’8″, almost two […]

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A Southern Perspective: Tiger Woods continues poor play as 2011 season starts

While the whole world has been watching Carmelo Anthony bounce back and forth between New York and New Jersey, a little sport called golf began the PGA Tour a few weeks ago. This past weekend, Tiger Woods was once again eliminated in the first round of play at the Match Play Championship. Two years ago […]

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