Archive | September, 2012

Volleyball beats Case, finally takes set from Wittenberg

Julie Kendall Sports Editor The College of Wooster volleyball team went 1-1 during their busy Homecoming weekend schedule, defeating Case Western Reserve University in five sets on Friday night. The team fell to the reigning NCAA Div. III champions, Wittenberg University in a competitive struggle on Saturday afternoon. In Friday’s thrilling five-set duel, the Scots […]

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THE BOOK OF MARMON: 9/28/12

Travis Marmon   Last weekend, former Pittsburgh Pirates owner and CEO Kevin McClatchy publicly announced that he is gay. He told  ESPN that he chose to stay closeted because he felt that the baseball world was homophobic. McClatchy is the second sports executive to make such an announcement in recent history — then-Phoenix Suns president […]

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Men’s soccer wins two in a row; women lose

Lincoln Plews Senior Staff Writer The College of Wooster men’s soccer team is officially on its first winning streak of the season. The Scots topped John Carroll University 3-2 in an overtime thriller last Wednesday and beat Earlham 1-0 last Friday. The men now stand at 3-5 overall (0-0 in conference). The women’s team did […]

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Football falls to rival Witt again

Travis Marmon Sports Editor A football loss dampened the Homecoming spirit for the Wooster football team and its alumni on Saturday evening after the Tigers of Wittenberg University shut the Scots out for the last three quarters in a 17-7 defeat. Despite cold weather, 3,456 people officially attended the annual rivalry game, and they were […]

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Lower numbers at Kitt than expected

Emily Timmerman Editor in Chief Kittredge Dining Hall has seen lower numbers at both lunch and dinner than Dining Services originally anticipated after opening this fall. While this has caused concern amongst the student body that the trend could result in Kittredge closing for dinner, Director of Campus Dining Services Chuck Wagers confirmed that there […]

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Guilty verdict in Amish hate crime case

Sixteen men and women were convicted after a series of hair- and beard- cutting attacks Kim Schmitz Features Editor The trials of Samuel Mullet and his followers concluded last week with a guilty verdict. Mullet and a group of 15 others were accused of carrying out hate crimes against fellow Amish, including cutting their beards […]

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