Archive | November 5th, 2012

Important counties in election

Kim Schmitz Features Editor Even residents of battleground states such as Florida, Virginia, Ohio and Colorado are sick of the publicity they’re getting by now. The presidential candidates have been circling these key states and others, campaigning, fast and furious, for every single vote they can swing. But sometimes, the vital votes are even more […]

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Conscious Indulgence

Staying sane about food during the holidays Camille Schwartz Holidays are a time when food is plentiful. Whether it is your mother’s homemade sugar cookies, filled with tablespoons of sugar and butter, or your grandmother’s scrumptious pecan pie, the holidays offer plenty of opportunities for tasty desserts. Last night, I had a conversation with my […]

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Izzy the iguana: Pride of the bio department

Wyatt Smith Features Editor   In a large enclosure in the front lobby of Mateer Hall sits Izzy the iguana, lazily eyeing students as they rush to class. Izzy is adored by students and professors alike. “It’s Izzy, how can you not love him?” said Cody Staebler ’13, a biology and chemistry double major. “He’s […]

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BITE-SIZED NEWS: 11/2/12

STATE Romney’s visit Ohio, while Obama and Biden cancel visits Mitt Romney continued to hit the campaign trail in Ohio despite bad weather, capitalizing on President Obama’s absence due to Hurricane Sandy. Romney was outside Dayton on Tuesday, and switched the focus of the event from the campaign to disaster relief. Ann Romney was also […]

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Students respond to close presidential race

In the final days before the election, Wooster’s political groups work to advance their candidate Anya Cohen News Editor As of press time Tuesday, most polls predicted Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama approximately a point apart (see sidebar for poll comparisons) in the presidential race. With less than a week remaining before Election Day, […]

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Review maintains Wooster’s accreditation

Group of students, professors and staff members examine how The College of Wooster fulfills its mission Wyatt Smith Features Editor A committee of Wooster faculty, students and staff are finishing the first part of an institutional self-study and comprehensive review of the College, required to maintain accreditation. Over the past year and a half, the […]

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