Archive | November, 2013

Of gender nonconformity

Scott McLellan “The Voice’s article on the Problem Of Spectrum was really great but…cis gays complaining about their ‘lack of representation’ on campus. You can go to literally any other queer organization and that…is entirely geared toward you…Don’t complain about unequal representation while you’re having a feast and I’m eating your…crumbs.” -Anonymous “…I don’t think […]

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What’s the issue with lanyards?

Brooke Skiba  The iconic Wooster lanyard. We all receive one freshman year, and we all are guilty of hole-punching our COW cards and wearing the social stigma for at least a short time at the start of our college career. But does anyone ever question why we stopped? Once this question entered my mind, I […]

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Charity concert blends entertainment with a cause

Laura Merrell A&E Editor Last Friday, I attended a vocal concert at the UG with a twist. The $1 cover charge went to charity and all donations went towards To Write Love on Her Arms. Woo Sang Clan, a comparatively new a capella group on campus, hosted and planned the event. The concert featured a […]

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African student union brings Toubab Krewe to campus

Foster Cheng Contributing Writer Next Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. the African Students Union, in collaboration with other International Education Week sponsors, will be bringing Toubab Krewe to play a concert in McGaw Chapel for International Education Week. The annual International Education Week is from Nov. 18-23. There are many events planned that will […]

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Thank you, Based God

Sheamus Dalton Lil B, also known as “The Based God,” has made great steps in revitalizing the antiquated “Based Movement” with his recent mixtape 100% Gutta. With his eclectic mixtape, Lil B has blessed the music industry and his listeners with an astounding 34 songs that are sure to satisfy his massive following and attract […]

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The hip-hop you should be checking out

Travis Marmon   Editor-in-Chief I still have not listened to Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (MMLP2), because frankly I don’t have time to wade through 78 minutes of Rihanna features and Rick Rubin production so I can absorb an album that exceeded expectations by not being completely terrible. Eminem, while still tremendously skilled, has […]

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