Archive | September, 2012

Stop catcalling, please

Anya Cohen I am just going to come out and say it: I am sick of being ogled, badgered and yelled at whilst walking on Beall Avenue. While the first perpetrators that come to your mind may be the town residents who seem to get off on cruising their heavy bass bearing, under glow sporting […]

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An argument for professional experience

Kent Sprague I like Wooster.  I like the education I get here.  I like my professors and I love the students.  As much as I enjoy living and learning in the accurately described “bubble” of Wooster, I don’t think I’ve ever made a better choice than leaving it. When you’re working in an academic setting, […]

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“When a friend votes Romney”

Letters to the Editors: Responses to “When a friend votes Romney” In the Sept. 21 edition of the Voice, Adair Creach laid out her argument on what to do if one’s friend wanted to vote for Romney. I have been a Romney fan since his announcement for candidacy nearly two years ago. As I go […]

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RIAA has long since lost touch

Ian Benson Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit remanded a lower court’s decision and awarded the Recording Industry Association of America $222,000 in damages from Jammie Thomas-Rasset, who the courts found to have lied about illegally uploading music to the internet. Thomas-Rasset was accused by the RIAA of sharing 1700 copyrighted […]

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Let’s just stop wasting food

Ben Strange You probably have a love-hate relationship with campus dining. Some days that means you sit down with a plate full of Lowry-ready tan and grey food and promptly lose your appetite. But every other Thursday in Kittredge you put extraordinary effort towards piling macaroni and cheese on top of a grilled cheese sandwich. […]

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Should politicians ignore opinion?

Wyatt Smith Both political parties have seemingly bought into the idea that a strong leader ignores polling data. Altering a policy to align it with national opinion is unanimously thought to demonstrate a lack of resolve. In April, The American Crossroads Political Action Committee, run by Republican strategist Karl Rove, released an ad labeling Obama […]

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