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WAC to visit Playhouse Square for a showing of Kinky Boots

Lily Iserson A&E Editor Playhouse Square, a Cleveland-based theatre company, will showcase Kinky Boots, a heartwarming, highstepping musical tour-de-force, this Wednesday. College of Wooster students can attend the show thanks to an initiative on the part of the Wooster Activities Crew’s (WAC) Travel and Recreation committee, who will provide transportation to and from the theater […]

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Framework

Dominic Piacentini Since Survivor first aired in 2000, competitive reality TV shows have been premiering across all networks and continue to persist in today’s supposed “Golden Age of Television.” The Amazing Race is in its 26th season and Survivor is currently airing its 30th season — with another two seasons already in the works. (Competitive […]

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Exhibitions galore: Ebert showcases Wooster talent Senior Exhibitions

Rachel Wortman A&E Editor As we students of Wooster all know, Senior Independent Study at the College is a year-long project with one-on-one support and guidance from a faculty advisor. For studio art majors, the culmination of this in-depth experience is an individual exhibition. From those exhibits, works will be selected for the group exhibition […]

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Walter Zurko

Lara Sinangil Senior A&E Writer On April 7, 2015, Walter Zurko, professor of art at The College of Wooster launched his exhibition, “looking up to look down,” at the College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM). During his recent research leave, Zurko carved a variety of works inspired by the Chinese scholars’ rocks which are prevalent […]

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KnowEye prepares for national slam competition

Lara Sinangil Senior A&E Writer From March 25-28 KnowEyePoetry Collective, Wooster’s competitive slam poetry team, will battle in the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI) at Virginia Commonwealth University for the second consecutive year. The name KnowEyePoetry came to Caira Lee ’16, initial founder and president of the organization, when she was pondering the fear […]

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Woo review: season three of House of Cards

Dominic Piacentini Editor-In-Chief Hopefully by now you’ve watched Season 3 of House of Cards. If not, beware, for the rambling that follows contains spoilers from all three seasons. This third season certainly distinguished itself from the first two. Whereas in the previous two seasons, characters and plot moved together harmoniously toward a conclusion, Season 3 […]

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