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Good ways to stay sane and have fun this final week

Dominic Piacentini A&E Editor The end of the semester is here, and this next week is your last chance to see what Wooster’s student groups have to offer in the world of entertainment. Tonight starts off the weekend with three different performances. First is the Wooster Jazz ensemble’s spring concert, which begins at 7:30 p.m. […]

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The Wooster playlist

Ian Benson Warning: this is going to get sentimental. For this, my last Scene, I gave myself the prompt of constructing a playlist that captured the sensations of four years here at Wooster. Ultimately, I limited myself to three tracks that encapsulated that paradox of songs that can be happy or sad depending on the […]

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This summer’s arts & entertainment to-do list

“Godzilla,” Ian Benson I’m going to break down my excitement for the new Godzilla movie by analyzing moments from the most recent trailer. “God help us all.” Bryan Cranston sounds absolutely terrified. If there’s one thing that Cranston can knock out of the park, it’s a man scared for his life. I’d watch him in […]

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15 YEARS OF SMASH

  Dominic Piacentini The Super Smash Bros. video game series began in 1999 with 12 characters from a variety of franchises controlled by Nintendo. Nine years later, Super Smash Bros. Brawl was released with 39 playable characters. The popularity of the franchise rose exponentially through the years in between, especially with Super Smash Bros. Melee, […]

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Ludemann gives his last regards toward WOO91

Jesse Tiffen A&E Editor Over the years, the College’s radio station has seen an array of general managers with varying levels of involvement, but none have been as active or prolific as Jeremy Ludemann ’14. Each year, the station’s management ebbs and flows, but this year WOO 91 has cultivated a more established presence on […]

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N’Diaye performs his third and final act at COW

Wyatt Smith News Editor Tonight at 7 p.m. in the Underground, Mamoudou N’Diaye ’14 will host No Requests, his third and final stand-up comedy show at the College. N’Diaye’s hour-long set will be preceded by four shorter performances by fellow student comedians Jo Turner ’14, Adam Donnelly ’14, Ryan McCormack ’14 and Michael Hatchett ’16. […]

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