Archive | April, 2013

Softball falls to .500 on season after rough weekend

Lincoln Plews Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots softball team dropped back-to-back close games against DePauw University this past Saturday, but bounced back to split a pair of games with Wittenberg on Sunday, bringing them to an even .500 on the season at 13-13. The games against DePauw in Greencastle, Ind. were both gritty, low […]

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On the lighter side… 4.19.13

The world reacts with acts of kindness in the wake of the Boston tragedy Moments after the bombing first occured in Boston, reports started to come in about people’s reactions to the tragedy. While some ran away from the chaos, others ran towards it. For example, Joe Andruzzi, a former Patriots player who has three […]

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Students react to recent threats from North Korea

Sarah Carracher Senior News Writer Supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un has recently threatened the United States with the possibility of nuclear strikes. These threats, which are aimed at the U.S. and its allies South Korea and Japan, are a response to the U.S.’s leading role in sanctions from the United Nations, which punish […]

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Two recent incidents of arson under investigation

Ian Benson News Editor Early April 7, a fire was discovered at the Gault Admissions Center, damaging the front doors of the building. This was the second incident in little over a week, with a fire started near Kauke Hall early March 30. The Kauke fire was reported by the custodial staff and the Admissions […]

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Procedures for carrel, single room selections change for next year

Kim Schmitz News Editor Many students have wondered how the College’s largest student body in recent history is going to be accommodated next year. Senior study carrels and single dorm rooms are some of the expected space shortages. To fairly assign these spaces, lottery systems similar to the general room draw took place on Sunday. […]

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Boston Marathon bombings considered acts of terrorism

Wooster alumnae who were present at the bombings reflect on their experiences when the blasts went off Ian Benson News Editor At the Boston Marathon on Monday, three people were killed, including an 8-year-old boy, and more than 170 were injured from the what are now being called terrorist attacks. Seventeen of those injured were […]

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