Archive | November, 2011

Continuing discussion of intolerance

Continuing discussion of intolerance Yuing Zhao Editor’s note: This article, continuing on a piece published initially on Oct. 7, is in response to the piece “Rethink Campus Tolerance” on Sept. 16. The college has put in an enormous effort to promote diversity. As an international student, I enjoy the activities that are organized to welcome […]

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TRAVIS’ COLLEGE TOUR

TRAVIS’ COLLEGE TOUR Paterno was wrong, but don’t be so quick to judge Travis Marmon The atrocities that have allegedly been committed by Jerry Sandusky at Penn State University are inexcusable, as is the lack of action taken by university employees at several different levels, from graduate assistants all the way to the president. Sandusky’s […]

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Football fails to end the 2011 season on a high note

Football fails to end the 2011 season on a high note Travis Marmon Sports Editor After winning two consecutive games by wide margins, The College of Wooster football team ended its season on a low note last Saturday, falling to archrival Wittenberg University 42-21 in Springfield, Ohio. The Tigers (8-2, 5-1 NCAC) got on the […]

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NBA lockout worsens, jeopardizing 2011 season

NBA lockout worsens, jeopardizing 2011 season Matt Magoon Sports Editor The National Basketball Association is now in serious jeopardy for the entire 2011-2012 season. After several months of debate between the league and the player’s union, the athletes felt that the league was not being fair regarding monetary issues. This past Monday, the players’ union […]

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Akaa Project hosts dodgeball tourney

Akaa Project hosts dodgeball tourney Last Friday in the PEC, Domino’s Pizza sponsored a campus-wide coed dodgeball tournament to raise money for the Akaa Project. Twenty-five teams of six to 10 players competed to earn prizes, and over 200 people showed up to play and watch. The entrance fee was $20 per team. The 2nd […]

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Women’s swimmers win

Women’s swimmers win Lincoln Plews Staff Writer   The College of Wooster women’s swimming and diving team took home first place in the Veale Classic last Friday, blowing out Oberlin College 148-56 in the opening round and then narrowly edging Case Western Reserve University 122.5-108.5 in the championship.   These wins move them to a record […]

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