Archive | September, 2013

24 Hour Plays blends new with old traditions

Foster Cheng Staff Writer Last Saturday night marked the annual 24 Hour Play Festival. The concept of the festival, put on by Effie’s Players (a drama club on campus) is that all content in the festival is created in just 24 hours. Writers meet on Friday night and stay up writing their plays. Next morning, […]

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The new Pixies EP is utterly disappointing

Dani Gagnon A&E Editor For anyone who has ever hoped for the chance to review a release from the Pixies, we are now finding ourselves heartbroken, asking, did it have to come to this? The Pixies, formed in Boston in 1986, were originally composed of Black Francis (vocals/rhythm guitar), Joey Santiago (lead guitar), David Lovering […]

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Orchestra and Jazz concert promises excitement

Brittany Previte Staff Writer Amidst the flurry of Homecoming festivities, the upcoming Wooster Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble concert, titled “Here’s To Life,” refuses to be overlooked. Tomorrow night, audiences can hear this dynamic combination of talent as it takes the stage in McGaw Chapel. The concert reprises the combination of jazz and orchestra heard […]

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Useful tips to prevent sickness during this semester

  Camille Schwartz Staff Writer The beginning of the school year is an exciting time to meet new friends and try out novel activities and classes. It is also a time when the following symptoms become more common: sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, congestion and fatigue. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent […]

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Greenhouse’s Climate Carnival comes to town

Kieran Mundy Staff Writer   Do you want to get involved in more on-campus activities? Want to hear some live music outside on a fall day? Looking to learn more about on-campus sustainability initiatives? Well, look no further, because Climate Carnival is right around the corner. Sb Loder, campus sustainability coordinator, calls the event “a […]

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Why ghost stories are so intriguing

Lauren Breck In the fourth grade, it was time for quiet reading hour. Not having my book with me, I went to the class bookshelf. Skimming the books, I found “Ghost Tales of Ohio.” I was instantly intrigued, and, as the teacher called us back to our seats when quiet reading was over, I found […]

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