Archive | September, 2016

NFL coaches are abysmal at math

It kills me to spend hours every Sunday watching a game where players sacrifice so much only for coaches to hurt their own chances of winning by failing to understand basic arithmetic. In the 2015 NFL season, point(s)-after-touchdown attempts (P.A.T.s) were set up to incentivize teams going for two. Instead of extra point attempts being […]

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Women’s golf swings sixth at tourney

Aleksi Pelkonen Sports Editor The College of Wooster Fighting Scots women’s golf team took home a sixth-place finish at the Allegheny College Women’s Invitational on last Sunday and Monday. The Scots finished sixth out of 12 teams, and finished ahead of conference rival Allegheny College. Fellow NCAC competitors Wittenberg University and Denison University finished second […]

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Men’s frisbee team opens season at Air Strike tournament

Ashley Ferguson Contributing Writer Wooster’s RamJam ultimate frisbee team competed in its first tournament of the season last weekend at Wright State University in Versailles, Oh. The two teams placed 5th and 15th in the Air Strike men’s ultimate competition among a field of bigger schools. RamJam’s Team X and Team Y were two of […]

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Wooster’s longtime diving coach inducted into Hall of Fame

Megan Zerrer Sports Editor Rich Blough, The College of Wooster’s current assistant diving coach, was inducted into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame last Friday, Sept. 23 at a ceremony in Atlanta, Ga., He was the lone diver to be inducted into the International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame this class. Blough attended Hiram […]

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College discusses changes to graduate qualities

Emily Anderson Contributing Writer During A.R.C.H., many students are first introduced to the qualities that they are expected to acquire during their time at The College of Wooster. However, after A.R.C.H. the importance of these qualities fades in comparison to more immediate concerns, such as scheduling and GPA. What exactly are graduate qualities and why […]

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Black Student Association holds demonstation

BSA honored the victims of two recent police shooting, while simultaneously raising awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement Mackenzie Clark News Editor On Wednesday, Sept. 21, members of the Black Student Association (BSA) gathered outside of Lowry Center to stand in solidarity with the families and friends of victims of recent police shootings, such […]

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