Archive | October, 2014

Volleyball spikes competition in two straight wins

Jared Berg Contributing Writer In recent weeks, The College of Wooster volleyball team has found their winning form, beating both Albion College and Kenyon College in their past two games to end a four-game losing skid and bring their total number of wins on the season to seven. When the Scots faced Albion College, a […]

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Swimming teams dive into season at Kenyon Relays

Anna Duke Sports Editor The men’s and women’s Wooster swimming and diving team both took third place out of eight teams at the Kenyon Relays meet. Both teams finished behind Kenyon College and Denison University, who finished first and second respectively in both events. The season opener is not a typical swim meet. There are […]

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Ain’t got no time for Money Manziel or Hoyer Haters

Ben Taylor Ever since the school switched to digital cable, my circa 1992 TV/VCR combo (which I brought this year almost exclusively to watch sports, especially the Cavs) has not worked. Thus, I’m a bit out of the loop with the sports world. What I did see this weekend was the Browns’ game. Good heavens. […]

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Football falls to Wittenberg

Zane Wright  Contributing Writer The Wooster Fighting Scot’s football team (3-3, 3-2 NCAC) failed to mount a second half comeback against 15th-ranked Wittenberg University (5-1, 5-0 NCAC) and fell to the Tigers 42-7 at John P. Papp Stadium on Saturday. The Scots started off slow, beginning the game down 21-0 until late in the second […]

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When you cosplay, anything is possible

Pharon Wright You’ve probably heard before that your personality is composed of all the people who have influenced you. Whether it be sports stars, family, teachers or friends, you can usually spot which mannerisms you got from whom. But what if you grew up identifying more with characters? Movies, TV shows, books, comics, videogames, anime […]

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Turn around downtown: show support for Wooster shops

Kristen Coffin As students attending a college in the small town of Wooster, we often find it difficult to find something to keep us occupied in our free time. However, many students are unaware of the vast number of unique, locally owned shops and restaurants just minutes away in downtown Wooster. In today’s society, we […]

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