Archive | October, 2015

2015 albums that mix perfectly with a fall road trip

Mel Griffith  A&E Editor To Pimp a Butterfly (hip hop) To Pimp a Butterfly is a political, musically genius work of art. A modern classic party banger, “King Kunta” is perhaps the most referenced song from this album — but every single song is deliberately assembled in this incredible hip hop album. Not an album […]

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The Alcohol Task Force should focus on trust, not just policy

Sunny Mitra As the Alcohol Task Force met for the first time on Monday, a great portion of the student body waited in anticipation for the first big announcement from this group. What the current campus climate needs from the Task Force is not an addition to the Scot’s Key, but rather a change in […]

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College releases new mobile app: changes will be made based on student suggestions

Janel England Contributing Writer Last week, the administration announced to the student body that The College of Wooster now has its own mobile app. The email announcing the app’s arrival informed students that campus maps, menus and events, as well as a variety of other features, would now be found in one location. Tabitha Conwell, […]

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The Scene: Young Adult Movies

Jared Berg Sports Editor I saw Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, and it didn’t entirely suck.    I would never miss a chance to see Skins star Kaya Scodelario in a dystopian world, but it was immediately clear that Trials’ Teresa is dramatically different from Skins’ Effy. Scodelario’s forced American accent is sub-par and her […]

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Volleyball splits Saturday’s matchups, record now 11-4

Megan Zerrer Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots volleyball team had a busy Saturday away from home, facing off against long-time rival Oberlin and then head-ing back onto the court to battle it out with Earlham the same day. Although the team struggled and ultimately lost to Oberlin, it pulled out a win against Earlham in […]

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Recognizing and addressing one’s Christian privilege

Maddy Baker You may have/probably heard about a boy named Ahmed Mohamed, who lives in Texas. Ahmed built a homemade clock for class, and was arrested because it looked like a bomb. But no, it didn’t look like a bomb because it was shaped like a bomb. It didn’t look like a bomb because it […]

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