A capella groups kick off Family Weekend

Last Friday night to kick off family weekend, all of the campus a capella groups performed in McGaw Chapel. The four campus groups put on a dazzling performance for Wooster students and their parents.

These groups are student-led, giving them vast freedom in what music they choose to focus on and perform.

After These Messages, one of two all-female a capella groups, was the first group to perform. Continue reading A capella groups kick off Family Weekend

To The Editor:

I would like to personally let you know how much I appreciate all the articles on the upcoming election. Since it is in fact, such an important election, this kind of coverage is most certainly necessary. I’ve found all of your articles very interesting, especially the ones regarding Sarah Palin.

As an American woman, it’s such an unfortunate and quite frankly, an insulting nomination and it is crucial to alert the public just what kind of woman she is. Against sex education, birth control, environmental protection, alternative energy development, gun control, and the separation of church and state, Sarah Palin is clearly a destructive choice as the potential Vice President of America. Continue reading To The Editor:

Lecture on Russia was one-sided

The title was highly misleading. “Intrigues in the Caucasus: the Georgian-Russian Conflict” was billed as an academic “lecture/discussion” and proved not at all academic and entirely propagandistic. I left the event, which took place last Thurs-day, Sept. 11, feeling disturbed and shaken, as if Vlad-imir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev had personally come to Wooster and smacked me across the face. Continue reading Lecture on Russia was one-sided

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