Archive | March, 2013

Chardon High School shooter pleads guilty   T.J. Lane admitted Tuesday that he used a Ruger .22-caliber handgun to spray the Chardon High School cafeteria with bullets a year ago, killing three students and wounding three others in a shooting rampage. Lane, 18, pleaded guilty in Geauga County Common Pleas Court to charges of aggravated […]

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More spending cuts loom, Congress divided

Democrats and Republicans are still locked in stalemate regarding “the Sequester”   President Obama has urged Republicans and Democrats to come to a compromise regarding the spending cuts known as “the Sequester” that are due to take place today. Earlier this week, he advised state governors to put pressure on members of Congress to make […]

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Wooster to host event about student loan debt

“For Profit,” a one-man play, will be presented on March 5, along with a post-performance panel discussing the debt crisis Thanks to rising tuition costs and a tough job market, recent college graduates have an average $27,000 in student loan debt, according to CNN. It is on an issue that affects many students, but is […]

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Administration explains President Cornwell’s compensation

The Voice met with President Cornwell and other officials to gain a clearer understanding of the pay and benefits Emily Timmerman Lee McKinstry Editors in Chief Over the past two weeks, members of the Voice Editorial Board have met with Wooster administrators to discuss the salaries and benefit packages given to members of the College’s […]

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Environmental Tip of the Week: 3/1/13

  On any given day, our campus uses 830 disposable cups for beverages. Whether that cup contained coffee, soda, water or a celebratory iced mocha latte for finishing that last paper before break, we continue to use disposable products when we have a convenient and cost-saving alternative right at our fingertips. Reusable mugs save you […]

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Lemonberry Opens in Wooster

  Prefer downtown to uptown? No problem. There are now frozen yogurt shops on both sides of the tracks. Lemonberry, a family-run company, had its grand opening this past Saturday. The new store is located on 127 W. Liberty Street, close to Muddy Waters and Broken Rocks. The store is set up in a self-serve […]

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