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Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats return to Wooster Students experience life in the big city with City Trek: Cleveland “Bearacade” system installed in classrooms Cars in Gault Schoolhouse parking lot vandalized Not your Granddad’s bike club; more than just repairs
 

Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats return to Wooster

Alexandra Wendt Contributing Writer This Saturday, the Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats return to Wooster. Founded by Lien Chi Chang in 1967 in the province of Cangzhou, Hebei, they represent a tradition that has been ongoing for more than 25 centuries. Recognized as the premiere Chinese acrobatic company in the United States, the Golden Dragon Acrobats […]

Students experience life in the big city with City Trek: Cleveland

Sanjana Kumbhani Features Editor For a lot of college students, one of our biggest fears is the question, “So what happens after graduation?” It’s important for us to start thinking about what we plan to do with our lives, especially our career and graduate school opportunities. Another vital component of this plan is location — […]

“Bearacade” system installed in classrooms

  Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief The Emergency Steering Committee (ESC) has decided to install defensive devices known as “Bearacades” in all classrooms to protect students from an intruder in the event of an active shooter situation. The devices were installed in classrooms in Kauke and Taylor Halls over Fall Break, and more will be placed in […]

Cars in Gault Schoolhouse parking lot vandalized

  Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief Seven student cars parked in the Gault Schoolhouse parking lot were vandalized on the night of Oct. 13 between 11 p.m. and 10 a.m. the next morning. Four cars suffered visible damage from rocks that were thrown though windows or used to dent the body of the vehicles. Three others were […]

Not your Granddad’s bike club; more than just repairs

Sarah Carracher News Editor   The Wooster Community Bike Program, colloquially known on campus as the bike club, is perhaps one of the most eclectic student groups at Wooster — its members’ majors range from studio art to physics, and they participate in tea club, Shakespeariments and a variety of other groups. Most students have […]

Both XC teams finish in top 10 at All-Ohio meet

20 October 2014

Zane Wright Contributing Writer Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams placed in the upper half of 20 teams at the All-Ohio Intercollegiate Championships on Oct. 3rd in Cedarville, Ohio on the Elvin R. King Course. The Wooster men’s cross country team finished seventh in a strong Div. III field of 21 teams, while […]

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Michael Phelps: impressive athlete, not role model

20 October 2014

Anna Duke At the end of September, Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, was arrested on the charge of driving under the influence. As the media and the swimming world debate whether or not the consequences for his second offense in 10 years are fair, I have been reading the articles unphased. The […]

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Women’s soccer team stumbles over long fall break

20 October 2014

  Megan Zerrer Contributing Writer The women’s soccer team played two games over Fall Break, the first on Oct. 7th and the second on Oct. 11th. The women put up a fantastic effort but were unsuccessful on both counts. The first game was held on campus, and the ladies played the Case Western Reserve University […]

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Field hockey jostles for conference playoff spot

20 October 2014

Lincoln Plews Sports Editor To this point in the season, the field hockey team has had its fair share of ups and downs. The Scots have not lost more than two games in a row, but they are currently sitting just below .500 on the year with a 6-7 record (4-5 in conference). The team’s […]

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ASSORTED THOUGHTS ON KORRA, SEASON FOUR

20 October 2014

Lily Iserson I have fond memories of lazy schoolkid afternoons when I’d sprawl across a long blue futon and watch cartoons until mid-evening. I tried everything, from PBS’s educational adventure-cartoons to Cartoon Network’s anime specials, eager for anything spontaneous and unpredictable. Of course one of these formative shows was Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. With […]

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Bob’s Burgers asserts its place as king of cartoons

20 October 2014

Michael Hatchett A&E Editor Good news, fans of the Belcher family! The season five premiere of Bob’s Burgers is as delightfully quirky and funny as other seasons of the show. For those who aren’t devotees of the show, Bob’s Burgers centers around restaurant owner Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin), his wife Linda (John Roberts), and […]

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