Archive | February, 2010

Black History Month ends with hope for future change

Only a little over a year since the historic election of the nationís first African American president, the annual tradition of celebrating Black History Month continues to see great changes. Since 1976, the United States has recognized the month of February as a time to acknowledge and remember the contributions made by many famous African […]

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Services extend hours to help seniors & I.S.

With spring break a week away, thereís only one thing on the minds of all the Wooster seniors ó turning in their I.S. As students schedule their last meetings with advisors, work on finishing their final chapters and begin proofreading, the process surrounding binding, copying and turning in I.S. has kicked off into full swing.

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Wooster alum wins BAFTA award Wooster Alum Duncan Jones í95 has been awarded a 2010 Film Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, the British equivalent of an Academy Award. His first feature film, ìMoon,” was recognized with acclaim in the United […]

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Spectator killed during top dragstar race This past Sunday, a spectator at the National Hot Rod Association† (NHRA) Arizona Nationals was killed when a loose tire came apart from a Top Fuel dragstar. The accident occured when the car lost its left-rear tire. Before the car† burst into flames, it skidded into the left hand […]

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Union members within airline cause strike Union members representing British Airways cabin crews said Monday they have voted overwhelmingly to strike. The strike centers around service conditions which would lengthen crew hours but also cut down employment. Crew members are expected to meet this weekend to determine an exact date for the strike to occur.

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Wooster Orchestra brings Rachmaninoff to life

This past weekend, the Wooster Symphony Orchestra, directed by Professor of Music Jeffrey Lindberg performed in the Gault Recital Hall. I am rather skeptical of most orchestra performances, but I was blown away and truly moved by the phenomenal performance of the company. Anna Lemler í10, beautifully performed Edward Elgarís Cello Concerto in E Minor. […]

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