Archive | May, 2011

Alumnus invention to change nature of Internet chatting

by Emily Ryan, Managing Editor A Wooster alumnus is at the forefront of the creation of a new video conferencing website that promises to change the nature of online social networking. Jack Briggs ’08, who works as the site manager for Woo Media, Inc., pitched the idea for MonsterChat, which allows for up to 24 […]

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Scots fall short of NCAC tourney

The Fighting Scots softball team ended its season last weekend with doubleheaders against Oberlin College and Kenyon College. Wooster (14-20, 6-8 NCAC) came close to sweeping both teams, a feat it needed in order to earn a spot in the NCAC Tournament, but was unfortunately not able to complete its goal.

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Leaving my Voice

Over the past four years as a student at The College of Wooster, I have been able to contribute to a unique documentation of Wooster’s history by working for The Wooster Voice. If you pick up a copy of the Voice in Lowry or Old Main, you will notice that its masthead reads, “A Student […]

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Bite-Sized Sports

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD   The men’s and women’s track and field teams had their most dominating performances of the season last Friday at the Denison Invitational in Granville, Ohio. The teams combined for 12 first-place finishes, with the women winning seven events and the men winning five.

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The Hot Club of Detroit to play free concert at COW

By Emily Bartelheim, Features Editor The Hot Club of Detroit with vocalist Cyrille AimÈe and The College of Wooster’s Jazz Combo will perform in the Gault Recital Hall tonight at 7:30 p.m. The Jazz Combo, under the direction of professor of music Jeffrey Lindberg, will perform the music of Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Jow […]

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Wooster: A Colorful and Transformative Experience

Every student at The College of Wooster has the opportunity to create a unique journey through a variety of avenues.† I can describe my experience at this institution in two words: colorful and transformative. It’s hard for me to take the time to reflect upon what I have accomplished in the past four years. We’re […]

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