Archive | March, 2015

Woo review: season three of House of Cards

Dominic Piacentini Editor-In-Chief Hopefully by now you’ve watched Season 3 of House of Cards. If not, beware, for the rambling that follows contains spoilers from all three seasons. This third season certainly distinguished itself from the first two. Whereas in the previous two seasons, characters and plot moved together harmoniously toward a conclusion, Season 3 […]

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A new Aziz, Live from Madison Square Garden

Theresa Dunne Contributing Writer On March 6, comedian Aziz Ansari released his fourth standup special, Live from Madison Square Garden, exclusively on Netflix. Diverging from his usual celebrity-filled anecdotes and pop culture driven one-liners, in his new special, Ansari tackles important and relevant topics such as immigration with a mature sense of humor. Known for […]

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Wooster baseball rides wave of success on Florida trip

Anna Duke Sports Editor The Wooster baseball team (10-1) is having its most impressive season opening since 2010. This Spring Break, the team took a trip to Florida where they showed their potential for this spring season. This year’s team faced uncertainty because the starting line-up is relatively new due to the gaps left by […]

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Lacrosse coach, players set new records over break

Jared Berg Senior Sports Writer   The College of Wooster women’s lacrosse team reached two milestones in their impressive start to their 2015 season. Head Coach Elizabeth Ford marked her 100th win with the Scots while Shelby Stone ’15 and Ellie Hudson-Heck ’16 each scored their 100th college-career goal. These impressive milestones were achieved in […]

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A Quidditch Quandary

James May One of the many groups found on Wooster’s campus is the Wooster Scottish Nationals Quidditch Team. This group is a competitive member of United States Quidditch, also known as USQ. As a member of the Wooster Quidditch Team, I have traveled around the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions to participate in games and tournaments. […]

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Tennis strikes competition

Sheamus Dalton Sports Editor The College of Wooster men’s tennis team won four of their seven games during their Spring Break trip to Orlando, Florida. The Scots were bested in two straight matches against Wabash College and Div. I Valparaiso University before going on a four-game win streak against Lake Forest College, Ursinus College, Colorado […]

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