Archive | February 4th, 2013

On the lighter side.. 2/1/13

A French restaurant has opened in Tokyo with a fresh attempt at an exciting gimmick. Eager to keep up with the high-end food scene in the global capital of Japan, Ne Quittez Pas has created a “dirt course.” It features “a potato starch and dirt soup, salad with dirt dressing, aspic made with oriental clams […]

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President Obama lays out plan to overhaul immigration

The president proposed his case for immigration reform Tuesday in Las Vegas, NV, a day after a group of senators announced their plan for it. The plan will lay out a path that allows citizenship for an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants. The move reflects the growing influence of Hispanic voters in the nation. The […]

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Cleveland Police review of shooting extended, more officers involved

Cleveland officials announced on Tuesday that they will extend an administrative review of police actions in a November 2012 shooting that ended with two suspects killed after a high-speed chase in East Cleveland. The decision comes after more officers were revealed to be involved in the chase and shooting. The review will now interview a […]

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Wooster professor confirms new frog species

 Many species will probably not be discovered before rainforest destruction makes them extinct Ian Benson News Editor Rick Lehtinen, one of the College’s associate professors of biology, along with several of his colleagues, recently identified a new species of frog in Madagascar. Lehtinen also estimates that there are five or six new species in this […]

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U.S.A. lifts ban on women in combat

Kim Schmitz News Editor Decision has inspired a complex debate about the role that female soldiers should play in the military U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta has announced that the ban on women in combat positions in the U.S. military will be lifted. Made in cooperation with the Obama administration, this decision will open […]

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Campus master plan provides glimpse at future grounds

A new science building and dormitory among potential projects for the College in the coming years   Ian Benson News Editor Future Wooster students will be seeing new construction as the College looks to improve upon its current campus. On the agenda in the next few years are enhancements or projects in Mateer Hall, McGaw […]

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