Archive | September, 2010

The online generation

Since setting out to start writing this editorial, I have looked around on Facebook four times and hit the refresh button on my Twitter probably twice that many.† I’ve found out two things: 1. it’s really easy to sit and stare at these sites for long periods of time. 2. everyone is really excited for […]

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How Wooster should spend money

Don’t get me wrong, The College of Wooster is in dire need of a new athletics facility, and with $30 million set aside it looks like we’re getting a pretty good one. The old PEC and its facilities were, to put it nicely, subpar, and these new additions will add to the athletic competency this […]

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The road to being green

In the few years I’ve been enrolled at Wooster, I’ve seen some pretty radical changes to our campus. Babcock was remodeled. We were issued new COW cards that distinguish between over- and underage students. The cards are also brighter ó and therefore harder to lose. Holden Annex was finally closed, then reopened again. Our PEC […]

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First-years should not be scapegoats

Several weeks ago, the College of Wooster opened it doors to the Class of 2014, an unexpectedly large class composed of over 600 students. Ever since the chaos of their “Moove-In” Day, their presence has definitely been felt on campus.† They’ve been welcomed into our athletic teams, our music groups, and other extracurricular activities. We’ve […]

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“Easy A” is a wild, over dramatized adventure

“Easy A,” the latest in the inexhaustible string of silver screen interpretations of the travails of the American teenager, is a charming, feel-good film. Directed by Will Gluck,† it tells the story of Olive Penderghast (Emma Stone), a self-aware and wittily observant high school student, who is shunned by her peers after she decides to […]

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P-10 releases final installment of MIXtapes

After almost an entire year since releasing music, Patryk Tenorio ’11, better known as P-10, put out the final installment of his four part Mashup MIXtape series. Tenorio has created and released mashup mixes since his first year at Wooster, using a music editing software called Sonar that allows him to mix tracks.† Although many […]

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