Archive | August, 2013

WoosterStreetStyle: Showcasing personal style on campus

Adriana Hoak ‘14: What she’s wearing: A vintage dress from a thrift store in Houston What made you want to wear it today?: Convocation! You’ve got to look nice. George Skelly ‘14: What he’s wearing: Clothes from Paris How would you describe your style?: European Audrey Platt ‘15: What she’s wearing: All Goodwill. The bike is […]

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A NEW DISCOVERY: A DECADE LATER

Laura Merrell I have committed an egregious blunder that makes people gasp in horror when I recount it. Until this past summer, I had never watched a “Lord of the Rings” movie. Before I receive unwarranted criticism, I must explain that I did read “The Hobbit” when I was younger so, in my defense, I […]

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The Voice staff looks back on the summer

Travis Marmon Editor in Chief I spent this summer paying money to have my senses assaulted. I saw the loudest concert of my life after the last day of finals when I went to Cleveland to see the stoner metal/drone/garage rock/psychedelic band Boris. The Japanese trio is notoriously deafening, and they lived up to the […]

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A reevaluation of Tame Impala’s “Lonerism”

Dani Gagnon If there were ever an album released in the wrong season, it was Tame Impala’s, “Lonerism.” The Perth, Australia neo-psychedelic band’s most recent album was released in October of 2012. Yet, almost a full year later it is just hitting its prime. In fact, because 2013 has so far been a generally slow […]

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