Archive | October, 2011

Project Pericles

Project Pericles Ian Benson Features Editor On Saturday, Oct. 22. Project Pericles held an event for Center for Diversity and Global Engagement in Babcock Hall. Wooster was one of 29 colleges and universities that had been selected to become members of the project. The event started with an opening remark from President Grant Cornwell where […]

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Rewarding his efforts, Sage Nenyue recieves award and scholarship for promotion of a LGBT friendly environment

Rewarding his efforts Sage Nenyue recieves award and scholarship for promotion of a LGBT friendly environment Adriana Hoak Staff Writer Sage Nenyue continues to works to make strides with the Wooster LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) community. Last week Sage Nenyue ’12 received the Plummer Scholarship Award. He was nominated by an alumni […]

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Talking to the man, an interview with a campus security officer

Talking to the man An interview with a campus security officer Anya Cohen Features Editor Instead of averting your eyes when you run into security on a Saturday night, consider striking up a conversation. Campus security officers are people too, as I discovered during my interview with campus security officer and supervisor, Kevin Cooper. How […]

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Letter to the Editors

Letter to the Editors I spend a lot of time listening to Wooster students talk about their experiences here. I do this in person, in small groups, in conversations around campus, and at events like the Safety Awareness Forum held on Tuesday.  By listening I learn important things about what we are doing well as […]

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Libyan rebels falter

Libyan rebels falter Dan Hanson As we all know by now, the “Jasmine Revolution” in the Middle East has hit another major milestone with the recent death of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi in the loyalist stronghold of Sirte. I have no sympathy for Qaddafi, whose horrific crimes against his own people negate any standard of […]

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In Wooster, we are all townies

In Wooster, we are all townies Bob West I am sick of being told to be a “global citizen,” primarily because those words make no sense. I am a citizen of Wooster, Ohio.  I have lived in Wooster for the last three years of my life, I am registered to vote in Wooster and I […]

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