Archive | January, 2012

Track opens new Scot Center

Track opens new Scot Center John McGovern Viewpoints Editor The Fighting Scots broke in the College’s new indoor track last Saturday, hosting the Yeomen of Oberlin College in a closely fought dual meet. The inaugural competition showcased the speed Wooster’s runners will bring to NCAC opponents throughout the season. The men’s team dominated in sprints, […]

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Paterno deserves respect, not hatred from public

Paterno deserves respect, not hatred from public Matt Magoon A person who has exceptional character may be described as possessing honesty, courage, and integrity. These three qualities are often difficult to find in a human being. Last Sunday, Joe Paterno passed away at Mount Nittany Medical Center with his family at his bedside. Paterno was […]

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Williams’ Monroe elevates inconsistent biopic

Williams’ Monroe elevates inconsistent biopic Lee McKinstry A&E Editor For her turn in the film “My Week with Marilyn,” Michelle Williams has nabbed over 30 nominations and 13 wins, including her recent win for Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy at the Golden Globes. No argument here. As Marilyn Monroe, Williams has never been more buoyantly […]

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The Scene — Powerful Language

The Scene — Powerful Language Whitney Siders Sneetches, zillo, thneeds, wocket, kwigger, diffendoofer and floobooberbabooberbub. Chances are, these words, or perhaps similar ones strike a cord deep down in your memories. These words were created by none other than Theodore Geisel. While I have always admired the stimulating words of Dr. Seuss, I recently became […]

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CWAM opens with architecture and videos

Emily Timmerman Editor in Chief The College of Wooster’s Art Museum (CWAM) has opened this semester with two new exhibits. The Burton D. Morgan Gallery features the Finnish artist Antti Laitinen self titled, multi-part video installation Antti Laitinen: It’s My Island. In the Sussel Gallery the work of the LTL Architects Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki […]

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The Voice picks its favorites: Best Albums of 2011

The Voice picks its favorites: Best Albums of 2011 With 2011 behind us, it’s time to take a look at the studs and duds in the music industry from the past year. In a year where Adele’s “21” sold more than 15 million albums worldwide — the most in any year since 2004, according to […]

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