Archive | November, 2018

Wooster field hockey celebrates record-setting season

Ben Blotner Senior Sports Writer Saeed Husain Sports Editor   For the first time since 2010, the Wooster field hockey team made it all the way to the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Championship game, but the impressive run fell just short as Denison University edged out the Fighting Scots for the title. A 2-1 […]

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Netflix’s “Sabrina” is a fresh take on its comic predecessor

Brian Luck Contributing Writer “Who doesn’t enjoy a good scare every now and then, especially this time of year?” The new Netflix series, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” was released Oct. 26. It follows the story of 16 year old Sabrina Spellman: a half-witch, half-mortal who must decide whether to follow the Path of Light […]

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Zeal & Ardor make bold statements in their debut album

Ben McKone Contributing Writer The first track on Zeal & Ardor’s debut album begins with the simple and dreadful rattle of chains, instantly conjuring images of blazing Southern sun, droning insects, white authority and forced black servitude.  Manuel Gagneux’s unpolished voice rises above the sounds of labor. “Little one, gotta heed my warnin” *clank, a […]

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The Scene: Growth with Music

Despite music being pretty much all I talk about, I’m not a very fun person to talk about music with. I can spend all day going on tangents about which artists and genres I like or dislike, and I could probably waste my life writing a Master’s dissertation on why Modest Mouse was the best […]

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Scotlight: Simon Weyer

Simon Weyer ’19 discusses running cross country and track, his interest in brewing beer and how he became interested in calisthenics and bodyweight fitness. What, outside of academics, are you most proud of in your time at Wooster? I’d say I’m most proud of my time with track and cross country. Personally, I’m most proud […]

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Fall Dance Concert highlights student artistry in Freedlander

Holly Engel Staff Writer The autumn light is beginning to dwindle, and scarlet leaves twirl down to the pavement in a dance of their own, so there couldn’t be a better time for the Wooster Dance Company’s Fall Dance Concert. Opening on Thursday, Nov. 15 in Freedlander-In-The-Round and directed by Professor of Dance Kim Tritt, […]

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