Archive | October, 2018

Restore balance in the system

This Nov. 6, we will experience another election that will have long-term effects on the structure of the country. Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan have spent the last two years not only passing legislation that hurt most Americans but also systemically violating the democratic norms that uphold our democracy by ensuring we have […]

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“The Tempest” fills the Freedlander stage with magic this week

Holly Engel Staff Writer There’s magic in our world at every turn. It glimmers at us from the horizon, and even wild storms have their own kind of magic. At least, they do in Shakespeare’s play, “The Tempest,” which opened on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Freedlander Theatre. “The Tempest,” Shakespeare’s final solo play, tells […]

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The Scene: “Mandy” is a must see

Not that this is the most out there of opinions, but I fucking love Nicolas Cage for the most obvious of reasons. He’s the acting equivalent to the guitar amps Spinal Tap uses because they can be cranked up to 11. He is Hollywood’s ultimate poster-boy for playing loose cannons, which is why he was […]

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Public shaming is only the first step

I’ve never had my internalized misogyny immediately revealed and crushed by a well written editorial, however, they do often provide valuable information which I can then use to better understand the world around me.  For instance, I would not have known that Bill Cosby was a sexual predator until I read that Pamela Abeyta and […]

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Ice hockey team slides into action this season

Chloe Burdette Sports Editor As The College of Wooster ice hockey team kicks off their official season on Friday, Oct. 26, the squad of 15 has been practicing for over a month to debut as a strong and powerful force in their division. As a club sports team at The College of Wooster, the team […]

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Scotlight: Thanh Nguyen

Thanh Nguyen ’19, a double major in studio art and computer science, discusses her process for her junior I.S. and her plans for her senior I.S. What is it like to be a double major in studio art and computer science? I was actually really hesitant about it because, you know, that’s a large work […]

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