Archive | October 1st, 2013

Still Waiting for a Prequel

When Warner Brothers announced that J.K. Rowling would be producing a new Harry Potter-inspired film, I was one of the few people not jumping for joy. While I am an avid Potter-head, I am not so sure about this new movie idea. The film is going to be based off her book, “Fantastic Beasts and […]

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TV series “Sleepy Hollow” is vaguely entertaining

Ellen Robinson Staff Writer Fox’s new show “Sleepy Hollow” is yet another mildly entertaining and glorified cop show, hinged on the ridiculously unrealistic, even beyond the fact that a headless dude is running around killing people. The creators of “Sleepy Hollow” took the legend we all know and turned it into another sexed-up, biblical, end-of-the-world […]

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Are we neglecting Syria for the wrecking ball?

Rachel Korest Over the past month, Americans have heard heartbreaking news accounts of Syria’s brutal regime and the barbaric tactics it used against its own people. Pictures and film clips of victims writhing in pain, convulsing, and gasping for their last breath after a poisonous gas attack by Bashar al- Assad’s forces have made headlines […]

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Letter to the Editors

To Whom It May Concern: I am writing in response to last week’s article outlining the pro-life vs. pro-choice debacle on campus. Primarily, I wanted to comment on a statement made by Ms. Christo of the k(NO)w organization. In her statement, Ms. Christo expressed concern that the pro-life messages displayed by the Wooster Scots for […]

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Falling in love at a coffee shop. And Lowry. And Westminster.

Seonna Gittens Did you know there is a 45 percent chance that you will meet your future spouse in college? Of course all of you realistic, non-romantics know that you will meet the person you will go home with instead. Many of us don’t know what to expect from a collegiate relationship, let alone an […]

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A letter in response to “Annie, Repudiate Your Guns”

Connor Goulding-Miles Benson’s article appears to operate on the mantra of “less guns, equals less murder, and more guns equals more murder.” However, to believe this indiscriminately would mean to be ignorant of relevant statistics, academic literature and conventional logic. Thanks to the collection of statistics and quantifiable data, there has been extensive research and […]

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