Archive | September, 2012

Obama and Romney rally for support in Ohio

The battle for swing state votes takes candidates to Kent State University, Bowling Green State University and Dayton Ian Benson Viewpoints Editor President Obama and Gov. Romney both visited Ohio this week, arriving days after the polls showed an eight percent edge to Obama. Obama appeared at both Kent State University and Bowling Green State […]

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Welcome Woosterfest

Whitney Siders News Editor Less than one week after autumn officially began, the city of Wooster will welcome the season with Woosterfest — an annual festival that has been a community tradition for 28 years. The event will take place downtown, beginning Friday, Sept. 28 and festivities last throughout the day Saturday, Sept. 29. Both […]

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COW: Tree Campus USA

College community gathers to celebrate the 3,250 trees on campus Anna Duke Staff Writer Wooster was recently recognized as a “Tree Campus U.S.A.” from the Arbor Day Foundation, the world’s oldest and largest tree-planting organization. Members of the College community gathered on Saturday to plant a maple tree in honor of this accomplishment. Currently, Wooser […]

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CSD clinic offers speech and hearing therapy

Anya Cohen News Editor Tucked away in a corner of Wishart Hall lies one of the unique services that Wooster has to offer. The Herman Freedlander Speech and Hearing Clinic, established in 1966, was built as a resource with a dual purpose: to teach students and to help serve the community’s citizens with speech and […]

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CAMILLE’S HEALTH COLUMN: 9/28/12

Why eat breakfast? Camille Schwartz   When my alarm goes off at 8 a.m. every morning I have a decision to make: should I get up and make myself go to breakfast or hit the snooze button?  There are some days when I am very tempted to take the extra 20 minutes of snooze time, […]

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Paranormal club ready to go ghost hunting

Group members recount their previous supernatural experiences Lee McKinstry Editor in Chief Megan Smeznik ’14 doesn’t know if she believes in ghosts. She’s never run into anything particularly otherworldly and describes her general interest in the supernatural as “really analytical and historical.” But despite being skeptical of all things spectral, Smeznik is the president of […]

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