Archive | December, 2013

Women’s basketball boxes out competition

Kasey Fiedler Contributing Writer The College of Wooster women’s basketball team is off to a fiery start this season with an undefeated record of 5-0. Each of their five games consisted of double-digit victories, with an average score of 84.4 points per game. In addition, the team’s free throw percentage is at a solid 71.6 […]

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The scene: OutKast Reunion

By Ian Benson It’s been more than a decade since OutKast last released a record, and 2003’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below was more symbolic of the growing rift between the members than the triumphant breakthrough many of us remember. Sure, it’s got “Hey Ya,” a song that is inevitably played at every party, but it isn’t […]

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Alternative holiday games for break

Dani Gagnon A&E Editor With Thanksgiving not far behind us and winter break approaching quickly, we’re going to find ourselves reunited with family soon — although this time we are going back without the usual few weeks of cool off time. We’re going right back without our cushion of small talk composed of what we’ve […]

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Midnight Memories not so memorable

Laura Merrell A&E Editor One Direction’s newest album, Midnight Memories,  came out on Nov. 25 to mixed reviews. I loved both of their previous two albums, so I couldn’t wait for more of their upbeat, catchy, accessible pop songs. They released “Best Song Ever,” one of the tracks off the most recent album as a […]

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Party monitors, a poor idea

Travis Marmon I understand that we have had a vandalism problem at this school recently. I get that drunken students trash Mom’s on a regular basis and that an underage student winds up in the Wellness Center with alcohol poisoning seemingly every week. But even with all these problems, I can’t look at the concept […]

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Academic Leadership

Jai Ranchod The average Wooster student receives more in scholarship money per year than a year of college would have cost 25 years ago. That is a testament to the amount of money Wooster sets aside for financial aid, but it is also an alarming statement about the cost of college education in general. The […]

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