Archive | November, 2012

Environmental Tip of the Week

I hope you’ve been able to participate in meat-conscious week. I know your diet choices may not seem like an obvious environmental cause, but the meat industry is incredibly resource intensive. Food, water, land, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and energy are all necessary for producing meat on the scale that the ‘Western diet’ requires. I have […]

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Chef Andrea Patton ’14 gets creative with this recipe for chicken and vegetables over rice.

She even gives us a side dish too! Vegetarian alternative: Follow the steps, but put everything in a bowl instead of on a plate, and replace the chicken/bacon with black beans. Vegan alternative: Follow the vegetarian steps, but don’t use butter or cheese.   Recipe of the Week: Chef Andrea   Fancy Chicken, with Garlicky […]

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How to optimize your cardio workouts

Camille Schwartz Do you ever feel that you’re not getting the maximum result out of your workouts?  Do you visit the Scot Center on a regular basis, but still find yourself unable to lose that extra five pounds?  When you go to the gym, do you spend a lot of time running or jogging? If […]

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Medina puts on a Civil War Christmas

Historical Society commemorates war’s 150th anniversary Kim Schmitz Features Editor   The Medina County Historical Society will offer Civil War Christmas events this season to honor the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Historical Society workers have pulled out all the stops, bringing in re-enactors, period decorations and much more. On nine days between tomorrow […]

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Swimming finishes third in Greater Cleveland Tourney

Julie Kendall Sports Editor   Wooster’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrapped up the Greater Cleveland Tournament last Saturday by outscoring Lake Erie College with a combined score of 330-225. The win, combined with last weekend’s strong results against Hiram College and Oberlin College earned the Fighting Scots third place overall in the […]

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Why we should all be glad to see the BCS go in 2014

Travis Marmon   For a brief, frightening moment this weekend, I thought I would miss the Bowl Championship Series when it is replaced with a playoff format in 2014. Texas A&M’s upset of Alabama meant that there would, in all likelihood, be no team from the Southeastern Conference in this year’s National Championship Game, ending […]

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