Archive | November, 2011

Campus bands prove that Wooster has original talent

Experience the musical stylings of some of these acts (and more) at Circle K’s “Battle of the Bands” Sat. Nov. 19 at 9 p.m. Compliments Ben Turner ’14, Kevin McClister and Chris Willimen Interview with Ben Turner   Can you tell me a little about your members? We all come from Elyria, just west of […]

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Tom Waits

Tom Waits pleases waiting fans with new album   Ben Fuqua Staff Writer   If you’re anything like me, you were starting to worry that Tom Waits had pulled a Marky Mark and forsaken the music industry for the bright lights of Hollywood. True, Waits isn’t exactly a prolific actor (his last role was a […]

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The Scene: Retelling a story

THE SCENE:  Retelling a story Whitney Siders   Last weekend while watching the movie “Walk the Line,” I found myself thinking about how stories are retold versus how they actually unfold. “Walk the Line” focuses on the course of events in Johnny Cash’s life story. Being familiar with the background story, I already knew how […]

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Orchestra deserves a standing ovation

Orchestra deserves a standing ovation Cara Haxo Staff Writer If Sunday’s Wooster Symphony Orchestra (WSO) concert was any indicator of the rest of the group’s season, Wooster is in for a treat. The first full WSO concert of the year featured three senior soloists and the Paragon Brass Quintet under the direction of conductor Jeffrey […]

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Can I feast?

Can I feast? Every turkey question, answered Anya Cohen Features Editor Thanksgiving is a dream come true for the obese at heart, like myself. Food, food, food, food, food. Turkey is not only delicious, but also makes you tired, and let’s be real, there is nothing better than passing out after a gargantuan meal. We […]

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Czech Lee out: Story of off-campus study

­­Czech Lee out: Story of off-campus study  Lee McKinstry ’13 shares stories from her study abroad experience in Prague Lee McKinstry Staff Writer When you read this, I might be eating guláš. This seems to be what I spend most of my time doing in Central Europe, as the bread dumpling and meat sauce dish […]

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