Archive | August, 2018

Radio connects communities

This is an epitaph for the airwaves, but WOO 91 is far from dead. As I’m sure you’ve heard, this summer WOO 91 lost its radio tower. While I understood how and why this decision was made, Harry Todd ’18, Nick Wilcher ’18, the 17-18 management team and I lobbied hard against it. The beauty […]

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After 20 years, Lauryn Hill’s music is still impactful

Kamal Morgan A&E Editor This past summer, I wanted to explore more hip-hop music from the past, especially albums released in the golden age, the 1990s. One of the most critically acclaimed and revered albums during this period is Lauryn Hill’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.” I have always known about Hill’s importance to hip-hop […]

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Winning the Midwest Regionals in a stellar baseball season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor The Fighting Scots baseball team had quite an amazing continuation of their season after classes ended for the 2017-2018 school year. The Scots, 34-6 overall, 16-2 in the NCAC were already crowned the regular season NCAC champions, earning themselves the no. 1 seed heading into the NCAC tournament. What transpired at […]

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WOO 91 transitions from radio broadcast to webcast

Current and past managers of WOO 91 reflect on the Board of Trustees’ decision and consider the future of the station Claire Montgomery Senior News Writer In an email sent to the campus community over the summer, Dean of Students Scott Brown announced that the College’s student-run radio station, WCWS/WOO 91, will transition to a […]

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The Alley provides a multi-use space for students

Katie Harvey Senior Features Writer The Alley, a new multi-purpose collaborative space on the basement floor of Lowry Student Center, has officially opened for student use. The previous home of Scot Lanes is unrecognizable as students begin to populate the space to study, attend board game nights, movie showings, student trainings or to just hang […]

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Scot Spirit Day provides opportunities to join over 120 organizations

Abigail Everidge Staff Writer On Friday, Aug. 31 from 4:30  to 7 p.m., Scot Spirit Day will be held at the Scot Center Amphitheater. Scot Spirit Day is The College of Wooster’s annual student-led organization fair that presents students with an opportunity to learn about more than 120 different student organizations, including performance clubs, volunteer […]

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