Archive | April, 2016

Don’t Throw Shoes announces final show, prepares for rebuilding

Mariah Joyce Editor-in-chief As the semester winds down, Don’t Throw Shoes is preparing for its final show of the year and looking towards its future. Shoes is The College of Wooster’s student improv comedy group. This year the group has been comprised of Nate Johnson ’16, Dana Stamos ’16, Michael Hatchett ’16, Ashkan Alikhani ’18, […]

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Netflix original is both promising and disappointing

Robert Dinkins Contributing Writer One of my favorite activities is to browse through Netflix, especially the newly added shows section, and find the next show that will distract me from my homework. Imagine my surprise when I saw a new anime called Ajin Demi-Human that even had the Netflix original sticker on it, which is […]

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Legendary artist and performer Prince passes away

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Last week, musician and producer Prince was found dead at his estate and recording studio Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Prince, known for his eccentric stage presence, skills as a guitarist and extensive songwriting, is a cultural icon. His death has since elicited an outpouring of grief from the music community. […]

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Movie Sequels Worth Waiting For

Michael Hatchett, an A&E Editor for the Voice, can According to Merriam-Wesbter.com, a movie is “a recording of moving images that tells a story and that people watch on a screen or television.” Also according to Merriam-Webster.com a sequel is “a book, movie, etc., that continues a story begun in another book, movie, etc.” Here […]

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Shades of Gold records, releases single

Michael Hatchett A&E Editor While there are a good handful of a capella groups on campus, one of Wooster’s most recent additions will be expanding their reach beyond live performance. Shades of Gold, founded by Nariah Francis ’16 during her first year at the College, will be releasing a single and album in the coming […]

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Reflections on the NBA playoffs

This time of year, professional basketball is the only televised sport I really care about. Football is over; I find baseball boring; the Olympics aren’t on yet; the World Cup isn’t for another two years; college basketball is over; and the only football news that matters is the draft (or Johnny Football’s apparently quite-deserved indictment). […]

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