Archive | February, 2012

In defense of libertarianism

Kate Mozynski Picture this scene: it’s 3 A.M., it’s been a long day, and you’re driving home. You are stopped at a red light for what seems like forever, and you know that you would pose no risk to yourself or others by just driving through the light. Sound familiar? Then you might be a […]

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Scot Center hosts tennis

Jeremy Ludemann Staff Writer It was a steep hill to climb for the Wooster women’s tennis team last Friday when it faced Division II neighbor Ashland University in the first game of the spring season. The Eagles blanked the Scots 9-0, but Wooster played admirably throughout at the Scot Center, which is the new home […]

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Scot’s Key alcohol policy changed

Student lounges and hallways have been designated “dry” areas for the rest of the semester Emily Bartelheim & Ramsey Kincannon News Editors As of Jan. 27, the Scot’s Key has been edited and presented to the College community in order to coincide with the opening of the fall term, when every first-year reads and signs […]

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College hosts downtown festival

Claire Aichholzer Staff Writer Everyone on campus has heard of Party on the Green and next semester most students are sure to attend Springfest. This spring, however, the event that should be marked on every calendar is the Wooster Jam. Put on by the College’s Center for Entrepreneurship, the two-day event gives students, alumni, staff […]

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Festival of new plays features student talent

Wyatt Smith Staff Writer Over the next two weekends the Department of Theatre and Dance will host the Festival of New Plays, a series of theatrical productions highlighting the talent and creativity of Wooster students. This is the first festival that allows for a more formal presentation of student work than previously attempted. The Festival […]

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My favorite album: ‘Relationship of Command’

Travis Marmon Sports Editor I knew 2012 was going to be a good year when it was announced in January that the influential post-hardcore band At the Drive-In had  reunited. Every day since then, I have gone to music websites hoping to see something about tour dates being announced. Regardless of how much of a […]

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