Archive | May, 2017

Evaluating Wooster security’s mission

My perspective on Wooster security has generally been positive up until a couple months ago. I’m a second semester senior in Greek life, so I’ve watched a lot of often frustrating changes unfold, but I always respected security’s role. Even if I do miss the freedom I felt my freshman year to do things like […]

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College is about balance and friendships

Contrary to popular belief, I.S. was not the hardest part of college. I.S. is time management and a weekly chance to swallow your pride during advising meetings — at worst, it’s a lot of printing money; at best, it’s an incredible opportunity to make something you’re proud of. In truth, the hardest part of these […]

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Making college mementos

I have never been a present-thinking individual. The future, for all my optimism and magical thinking, is different, and therefore superior for the plain potential of change. Graduation is less of a future anxiety than something that could become anything: a beach house, a road trip, a decent job or new people. All these things […]

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LeBron is the greatest of all time

When the question is posed of who was the greatest player in a particular sport, most sports have lively debates with a variety of names posted. However, when it comes to the NBA, the debate is often stilted and lazy, the victim of some preordained consensus that Michael Jordan was the best, is the best […]

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Softball team qualifies for postseason

Sam Kuhn Contributing Writer The softball team clinched a spot in the NCAC Tournament with last weekend’s sweep against Ohio Wesleyan University. The Scots faced early deficits in both games en-route to two comebacks that solidified their spot in the playoffs. The Scots record this year, 19-21, 10-6 NCAC, is their best since the 2012 […]

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Track and field teams prep for NCAC Championships at Denison

Aleksi Pelkonen Sports Editor The College of Wooster Track and Field teams competed at the non-scoring Denison Big Red Invitational last weekend in order to prepare for the NCAC Championships on Saturday. Strong performers at the invitational included Austin Hamlett ’20, finishing first in the 400-meter run in 50.84 seconds. Other strong performances came from […]

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