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Laura Merrell Fall television season is approaching and other than the return of a few hot shows, it is full of disappointment. I am looking forward to the return of Scandal, a sexy and gripping political thriller and The Mindy Project, a relatable show that is really hitting its stride. However, there are very few […]

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First look at the Forum Series

Lily Iserson A&E Editor In early August, The College of Wooster announced its annual forum topic for 2014: East Asia. The catchall title will address the diverse cultures of China, Japan, North Korea and South Korea through a variety of lectures, alongside a special art exhibition pertaining to the region’s traditional and contemporary works that […]

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Party on the Green Preview

Michael Hatchett A&E Editor It’s the end of the first two weeks of school, and Wooster students know what that means. It’s time for the Wooster Activity Crew’s annual free fall concert. Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., W.A.C. will host this year’s Party on the Green. The event will be held on the residential quad, featuring […]

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One woman show Notes on Chai premieres at Wooster

Lara Sinangil Senior A&E Writer This Friday, Jyothi Dogra will perform the production Notes on Chai at 7 p.m. in the Shoolroy Theater. Notes on Chai is considered “a one woman show,” and is written, produced, choreographed and directed by Dogra. Producer of the piece The Doorway, she has collaborated with noted video artist Bernd […]

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Wooster’s first slam poetry team forges ahead

Sarah Carracher News Editor In recent years, more and more students have found their creative outlet in slam poetry, and Wooster is no exception. In addition to Word of Mouth, Wooster’s spoken word club, the College now has its very first slam poetry team, Know Eye Slam, founded last year by Caira Lee ’16. In […]

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The Voice staff reflects on summer entertainment

“The Circle,” Lara Sinangil One of my favorite parts of the summer is reading for pleasure. It’s the one time of the year when I finally have the freedom to catch up on the books I wanted to read during the semester. The Circle, published last fall, is a must-read if you love dystopian novels […]

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