Archive | November, 2016

NBA Cares embodies NBA principles

The NBA, like just about every other professional sports league, has a league-wide organization which promotes the charitable contributions of NBA’s coaches and players’ time and money to what it deems worthwhile causes. This organization is called NBA Cares. I think it’s less of a slogan and more of an embodiment of the principles of […]

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WAC Small Concerts and Woo 91 present Fell Runner

Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor This Friday, Nov. 18, the Wooster Activities Committee (WAC), in conjunction with Woo 91, will continue to pursue their objective of providing entertaining and socially engaging events to unify the College’s student body. Given the recent eruption of political tension and strife throughout the country, there may never be a more […]

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To Book or Not to Book

We need to have a talk. If you have come as far as the second sentence of this essay, chances are you know how to read. I applaud this, but at the same time I must ask you: would you rather read this, or would you rather watch someone say it on YouTube? Exactly. Ladies […]

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A Tribe Called Quest returns with new music, same swagger

Harry Todd Contributing Writer Countless monumental musicians have passed away this year. While it’s hard to find a bit of light in all of these deaths, some musicians knowingly produced one last piece of work for us to enjoy. What a treat those records have been: David Bowie’s Blackstar is a stunning album, and so […]

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European students seek representation on campus through new club

Sally Kershner Features Editor Wooster’s first Italian international student, Marco Roccato ’20, is trying to form a new student group on campus. Roccato is attempting to create the European Student’s Association (ESA), a group dedicated to represent all international students that come from Europe, including the College’s global nomads. After walking through the annual Scot […]

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Campaign started to promote understanding of undocumented students

Tristan Lopus Managing Editor Last Monday evening, Nov. 7 — on the eve of the most anticipated presidential election in recent history — Eduardo Muñoz and three students who are undocumented immigrants filed into the Lowry lobby to claim their reserved table and prepared to distribute 50 t-shirts and 2,500 stickers. Each bore the same […]

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