Archive | December, 2010

Going Green @ Wooster

In order to make a conscious effort to eat sustainably while at the College here are some individual efforts that students can make:

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Harry Potter Part 1: The beginning of the end

On Nov. 19, at one minute after midnight, thousands of eager teenagers crowded movie theaters across the country, an uncommonly high percentage of them wearing robes and carrying wands. After hours of waiting, cheers erupted through the dimmed theaters; screens flickered to life as the camera swooped over the familiar street of Privet Drive. The […]

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Local band Tape-Toons features classic grunge style

Tape-Toons, a Seville, Ohio band, hails from the Cuyahoga River area. Comprised of lead singer and guitarist Andrew Bittaker, bassist Allen Bittaker and drummer Dylan Gomez, the band draws from the grunge, delta blues and shoegaze movements. The group resists the “band” label, describing themselves as a combination of “noise, feedback, busted cymbals and three […]

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Fall dance concert successfully showcased student work

On Nov. 19 and 20, The College of Wooster Dance Company performed Stage Door: Fall Dance Concert at Freelander Theater. Over 30 Wooster students came together to create an interesting window into contemporary dance and the artistic passion that comes with it.

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Men’s basketball off to fast start while women struggle

The men’s basketball team is off to a blazing hot start this season. Before playing Allegheny College (4-4, 1-1 NCAC) on Wednesday after press time, the Scots were 6-0 (2-0 NCAC) and ranked number one in the nation, according to the weekly poll at D3hoops.com. This is the first time that Wooster has been the […]

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Auburn, Newton look to give the BCS its money’s worth

Despite heated debates this season about non-automatic qualifiers, Texas Christian University and Boise State University deserve a shot at the College Football National Championship, the stage has now been set for a match up between two traditional big conference powers. Number one Auburn University and Number two the University of Oregon will face off on […]

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