Archive | September, 2013

Wooster vs. Oberlin 1:00 P.M., Saturday John P. Papp Stadium

Coverage: WOO 91 UStream Channel (www.ustream.tv/channel/wooster-sports ) Jeremy Ludemann Staff Writer The College of Wooster’s football team played valiantly, but was simply outmatched in its first game against Washington & Jefferson College on Sept. 7. But nothing cures a losing streak like playing Oberlin College in the NCAC opener, right? Wrong. The Yeomen are now […]

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BEN’S BUFFOONISH BUT BOISTEROUS BABBLINGS

Losing is the best, except it’s absolutely terrible Ben Taylor Several weeks ago, a satirical radio program in Canada entitled “This is That” aired a story about a new “no-ball” soccer league, the intent of which was to eliminate winning and losing entirely so that none of the “competitors” would feel slighted when it turned […]

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Golfer’s on and off-field excellence recognized

Sheamus Dalton Sports Editor In a school known for its academics as well as its athletics, there may be no greater honor than receiving an All-American Scholar Award at The College of Wooster. To win such an honor means that an individual is equally dedicated to both the rigorous academics found here at the College […]

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Tennis teams prove themselves tough matches for opponents

Isabel Abarca Staff Writer The Wooster tennis teams are off to a promising start after playing well in invitational matches this past weekend. Seven women won at the Oberlin Invitational, giving the team hope for the upcoming season. The men also started their season strongly at the Kenyon Invitational with a handful of victories. The […]

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Albany Park Theater Project spotlights social issues

  Laura Merrell A&E Editor Plays often make you think, but seldom do their themes and messages stick with you after leaving the theater. I had a slightly uncomfortable, yet immensely profound experience last Saturday when I saw a performance by the Albany Park Theater Project (APTP). As part of Wooster’s 2013 Forum, the production […]

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The scene

Scandal: Gorge my Heart Out Ian Benson Listen, I love “Breaking Bad” as much as the next guy. It’s well written, acted, directed and plotted. It’s about as perfect as a television show can be, and it is right up there with “The Wire” for the greatest show of all-time. But, “Breaking Bad” isn’t always […]

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