Archive | November, 2014

International Education Week informs and entertains

Lily Iserson A&E Editor Once again, the Office of International Student Affairs and student efforts launched a celebration of Wooster’s global community known as International Education Week this past Saturday. After a series of successful student shows, bazaars and panels, the week will conclude with the South Asian Committee’s annual dinner in Kittredge, followed by […]

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COMICS FOR THE SUPERHERO MOVIE FAN

Michael Hatchett Last week, Marvel announced five new movies, adding to its ever-growing list of comic book adaptations. A few weeks prior, Warner Brothers announced at least 10 DC movies that will premiere in the next decade. It’s great news if you’re a fan of superhero movies but the downside is that none of them […]

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Shakespearean comedy and tragedy come to Wayne College

Dominic Piacentini Editor-in-Chief This weekend Wayne County is going Elizabethan. The University of Akron Wayne College will be hosting its 16th annual Shakespeare Festival. For this year’s festival, the American Shakespeare Center will be bringing two shows as part of its 2014-15 “Method in Madness” tour: Much Ado about Nothing and Hamlet. The American Shakespeare […]

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XC teams place sixth at NCAC Championships

Sheamus Dalton Sports Editor Last Saturday, on a muddy course at Infirmary Grounds Park in Granville, Ohio, the College of Wooster Cross Country teams competed in the NCAC Cross Country Championships. Pushing through the cold and rainy conditions, Wooster’s men and women each earned sixth place finishes in fields of 10 and nine teams respectively. […]

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Men’s and Women’s Swimming trounce Oberlin

Anna Duke Sports Editor The College of Wooster Swimming and Diving team dominated the pool last week in their dual meet against Oberlin College. The women’s team unexpectedly triumphed over the Yeomen by 18 points while the men’s team followed suit, recording a comfortable victory. After losing to Oberlin last year by 20 points in […]

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In defense of America’s favorite pastime

Jared Berg Despite the impressive feat of the San Francisco Giants winning their third World Series in the past five years, the end of the baseball season has brought about a difficult period of reflection for baseball’s faithful. Television ratings for the World Series were the second-lowest in history. The five least-watched World Series have […]

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