Archive | January, 2018

Revolution on Repeat

The revolutionary and tumultuous year of 1968 contributed greatly to what we now know as modern America, where egalitarian values, individual rights and social protests were on display. It was a year when America was politically divided and social groups pushed their agendas. The racial tensions in the country reached chaotic levels in over 100 […]

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BROCKHAMPTON’s trailblazing discography is prolific

Robert Dinkins Viewpoints Editor “Have you heard of BROCKHAMPTON?” was probably my most popular question during the months of August and September. For those familiar with my Last.fm account, BROCKHAMPTON is my number one artist with 1,154 scrobbles at the time of this sentence. By the time this article is done, it will be even […]

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Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile debut collaboration

Eleanor Linafelt A&E Editor A collaborative album between Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile was a good concept; they’re both accomplished solo artists and talented guitarists, they have the same haircut and they even share first names with a legendary ’90s rock couple. Unfortunately, the duo’s largely underdeveloped songwriting on their Oct. 2017 album “Lotta Sea […]

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Scotlight

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Sally Kershner Features Editor What gives you strength to handle everything you’re doing? My girls; my three daughters. They give me the strength every day to wake up and do what I do. I have some big […]

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Campus honors MLK Day with ‘day on’ of justice dialogues, service

Laura Haley Staff Writer On the morning of Jan. 15, students, faculty and staff kicked off Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Day by hearing from keynote speaker, activist Natalie Warne. Drawing on her personal journey of becoming a social rights activist, Warne said, “instead of choosing fear, instead of feeling paralyzed by what is […]

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Great Decisions lectures to discuss issues that transcend borders

Sally Kershner Features Editor Returning this spring, the Great Decisions lecture series will be hosting four highly regarded speakers and a film screening starting on Feb. 1. The Great Decisions series is a joint effort between The College of Wooster and the local Wooster community to shed light on national issues that are impacting the […]

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