Archive | February, 2017

Corner House residents volunteer with Cornerstone youth

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer About once a week, each member of Corner House, a program house at The College of Wooster, travels to volunteer at the nearby Cornerstone Elementary School. Comprised of 16 students ranging in age from sophomores to seniors, with five being abroad each semester, the students who live in Corner House look […]

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Wooster Seniors approach certain, academic doom

Daniel Sweat Features Editor Well, it’s that time of year again. Spring Break is right around the corner, the weather’s starting to heat up and the Senior I.S. deadline looms in the not-so-distant future. If you’re a senior and you haven’t already turned in your thesis, you’re probably spending a lot of time at your […]

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West-Marvin hits it out of the park with pitch lecture

Lily Iserson Chief Copy Editor Have you ever wondered about especially talented musicians, who can recognize and hit perfect notes without referencing an instrument? Rather than accepting pitch perfect at face value, Wooster alumna Professor Elizabeth West-Marvin will give a lecture on the very subject, exploring the science behind those who possess the rare aptitude […]

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A sneak peek of Springfest 2017 at Bonnawoo

Desi LaPoole Contributing Writer It’s no secret that we are surrounded by many creative and talented people here at Wooster. There are so many poets, dancers, painters and, of course, musicians. Student artists explore many genres of music, from rap to EDM, and put time and effort into creating songs for us to enjoy. However, […]

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Gag Me: Fifty Shades Darker

It’s commonplace here at Wooster to complain about projects the school is undertaking as being a ‘waste of money.’ We understand these complaints. However, that’s not fair to the school. As a general rule, if even one person can find value in the slightest aspect of a purchase, then it could be argued that it’s […]

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Migos’ Culture album to change the culture of hip-hop for 2017

Waverly Hart Contributing Writer Dropped as a single on Oct. 28, “Bad and Boujee” gained immediate success, eventually climbing the charts to number one as listeners quoted its iconic opening line “Rain drop, drop top” and danced to its rhythmic beat and slick lyrics. With the momentum from this trapthem pushing them into the spotlight, […]

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