Archive | February, 2014

Difficulties faced by black students at the College

Wyatt Smith News Editor The black experience in higher education is simultaneously an incredibly broad and regrettably narrow topic. Broad because race can influence many different facets of a student’s college experience; narrow because race is but one of many factors that interact to shape that same experience. With these limitations in mind, this article […]

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The scene: A new Hannibal

By Travis Marmon While I have never understood the popularity of food and cooking shows, my attention will be drawn to televised meal preparation tonight. Why? Because season two of Hannibal premieres at 10 p.m. on NBC, and everything Dr. Lecter cooks up looks delicious — as long as you ignore the fact that it’s […]

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Heroes reborn with Heroes Reborn

Dominic Piacentini  A&E Editor This week NBC announced that the station would air a miniseries in 2015 titled Heroes Reborn, a continuation of the four season series Heroes, which first aired in 2006. The show featured actors such as Zachary Quinto and Hayden Panettiere, who have now become common names in media. The first season of […]

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Wooster Students predict Oscar winners

The Academy Awards airs this Sunday at 7 p.m. and will   be hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. Ian Benson ’14, Rachel Wortman ‘15, Lee McKinstry ‘13 and Clara Cuccaro ’15 gave us their predictions for this year’s event. Best Picture RW, IB: 12 Years a Slave At this point everyone on the planet knows that this […]

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Trophy hunt for women’s lax

Isabel Abarca Contributing Writer The College of Wooster’s women’s lacrosse team is looking strong as their season nears. With a final record of 13-5 at the end of their 2013 season, the Scots are ready to pick up where they left off. With eight returning starters, they will head a team full of talent and […]

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Do I hear crickets or is that just ignorance?

Sheamus dalton Everyone enjoys an innocent chirp. As long as it doesn’t include profanity or particularly heinous comments, a humorous, well-timed chirp never hurt anyone, right? Over the weekend, I watched the men’s lacrosse team play Walsh University in an early season scrimmage. And yes, seemingly intrinsic to the nature of lacrosse and maybe even […]

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