Archive | November, 2012

Football ends season with blowout loss to OWU

Julie KendalSports Editor The College of Wooster football team closed out the season with yet another huge loss, this time to Ohio Wesleyan University last Saturday. The 36-12 defeat dropped the Scots’ overall season record to 2-8 (1-6 NCAC), and gave OWU the conference title. Looking like a team vying for a title, the Battling […]

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Sports news: 11/16/12

CAMPUS XC COMPETES IN GREAT LAKES REGIONAL The College’s cross-country teams both finished in the middle of the pack at the NCAA Div. III Great Lakes Regional on Saturday in Alexandria, Ind. The men’s team finished in 17th place out of 35 schools in the 8K race. They were led by Luke Hutchings-Goetz ’14, who […]

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Basketball teams get underway

Travis Marmon Sports Editor The Wooster men’s basketball team is going to be defined by its youth this season. Two years removed from an appearance in the Div. III National Championship Game, there are just two seniors on the 2012-13 roster. Three starters from last season’s Sweet 16 squad were lost to graduation: Matt Fegan, […]

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The scene : 11/16/12

Girl Meets World Dominic Piacentini There are some TV shows that just about everybody has seen (at least a few episodes anyway) — like “Friends” or “How I Met Your Mother.” Not only is a series a conversation starter while it’s airing, but jokes and memories continue after the show ends. It was hilarious in […]

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Klezmer band Yiddishe Cup hit Lowry

Though students are most accustomed to hearing the sound of bagpipes across campus, this Saturday night, a new musical vocabulary word will be introduced to most of Wooster: klezmer. The Cleveland klezmer band Yiddishe Cup is returning to Wooster to give a concert in Lowry ballroom beginning at 9:30 p.m. Klezmer refers to an eclectic […]

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N’Diaye performs original stand-up “Bad at Girls”

Wyatt Smith Features Editor Mamoudou N’Diaye ’14, already well-known on campus for his DJ-ing, filmmaking, freerunning and contagious personality, will share yet another of his talents tonight when he performs his original stand up comedy show “Bad at Girls.” The performance will be at 7:30 p.m. in the UG. “Bad at Girls” will feature both […]

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