Archive | April, 2011

BITE-SIZED SPORTS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD The men’s and women’s track and field teams traveled to Gambier, Ohio on Saturday to compete in the Kenyon Invitational at Kenyon College. Eleven women finished in the top three of their respective events, which is a school record. Meredith Shaul ’12 and Erin Plews-Ogan ’13 finished first and […]

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Baseball loses to conference foe DU

With an unwavering rainfall muddying Art Murray Field, the baseball team was only able to play two of its five scheduled games this past weekend. After defeating non-conference foe Muskingum University (12-20) 5-4 on Thursday, the squad lost 8-3 to Denison University (16-20, 8-7 NCAC) before having to postpone the second game of the day’s […]

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Injustice in Syria sparks revolution

by Ramsey Kincannon, Senior Staff Writer Syrians across the country used to chant, “Syria, God, Bashar — that is enough!” The third chant referred to a once-loved president of the Syrian Republic, who people of Syria are now rioting and protesting in order to ensure his resignation.

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A Wooster Bucket List

There are 17 days left until graduation. Seventeen days until seniors leave behind both the good and the bad of Wooster, Ohio, including Lowry, all-nighters, Friday nights at the UG, exams, Sunday morning breakfasts at Farmer Boy and many of our friends.† I don’t know how this happened, seeing as I’m 100 percent positive I […]

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The Scene: Why we need to Jam

Almost every type of artist has a home base to develop their craft. Writers and poets at times sit at their desks, the musician, painter and dancer use studios and the actor tends to work on the stage. Yet, while all artists may present their work through different venues, it is a wonderful and uncommon […]

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Book drive supports local reading program

by Kris Fronzak, News Editor The women of Delta Theta Psi surprised both the participants and leaders of Lincoln Way Reads program last week with a donation of $300 and 724 elementary-level books. Half of the books were already labeled and leveled to determine the appropriate audience.

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