Archive | October, 2012

Reduce Reuse Recycle week in Wooster

Tanvi Sood Staff Writer The College of Wooster celebrated its first ever Reduce Reuse Recycle (RRR) Week Oct. 21-27. The week was aimed at spreading sustainability awareness and practice among the campus community. RRR also included a heavy stress on individual-impact sustainability plans. Hoping to diversify the events so that a larger section of the […]

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Obama and Romney face off in the last debate

For the final debate, the two presidential candidates met in Boca Raton, Fla. to discuss foreign policy Ian Benson News Editor President Barack Obama came out on the offensive against Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the third and final presidential debate on Monday at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. Obama, who has been criticized […]

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The College of Wooster celebrates family weekend

Anya Cohen News Editor This weekend, the College of Wooster will welcome an estimated 350 to 375 families to celebrate the college’s annual family weekend. A wide variety of events  will be offered to both Wooster students as well as their visiting family members, ranging from athletic events and a capella performances to research presentations […]

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U.S. should reconsider Syria policy

Soona Salem In Monday night’s debate, both President Obama and Gov. Romney pledged to continue helping arm Syrian opposition militantism a careful way, excluding the foreign and domestic Islamist groups that now have an undeniable role in the conflict. Until now, this strategy has been prudent. After all, the complexity of the situation in Syria […]

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Romney’s Neoconservativism

Dan Grantham Monday’s debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama was heated and divisive. With four years in the Oval Office under his belt,  I think that regardless of personal political beliefs, we can agree Obama has more foreign policy experience than Gov. Romney. Still, I was intensely troubled by Romney’s prescription for foreign policy. […]

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President’s foreign policy superior to Romney’s

James Parker The third presidential debate focused on the hotly contested topic of foreign policy. Much like the Bush administration’s, President Obama’s foreign policy has been indelibly marked by its role in the Middle East. Finding success in Libya and in the killing of Osama bin Laden, but floundering in its response to the protests […]

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