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Art history students curate new exhibit in CWAM

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer Throughout the semester, Wooster students have been collaborating with The College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) for an interactive multi-dimensional approach to learning. CWAM has been an integral part of the upper-level art history course titled The Art of Medieval Devotion, which is taught by Professor Kara Morrow. Students in the […]

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Songwriting Club brings collaborative spirit to the arts

Claire Wineman Contributing Writer Being a student at Wooster provides plenty of songwriting material: how many times you’ve eaten cereal in Lowry this week, the deeply philosophical questions posed in class or how cute the black squirrels look in the freezing snow. For many people on campus though, songwriting already provides one of the best […]

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“12 Strong” is Weak

There are many thought provoking, artful and compelling war films — “12 Strong” is not one of them. Throughout its two hour run time, I was amazed by how blatantly bland and formulaic the film was, especially because it was based on a compelling true story. “12 Strong” dramatizes the actions of a dozen American […]

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“WET” is a compelling performance about living undocumented

Eleanor Linafelt A&E Editor On Jan. 31, 2018, exactly one year after he re-entered the United States following an arduous attempt to gain legal status at the dawn of Donald Trump’s presidency, Alex Alpharaoh graced Freedlander Theatre with his heart-wrenching and deeply informative one-man performance, “WET: A DACAmented Journey” brought to the College by theatre […]

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Migos’ new album“Culture II” falls short of expectations

Kamal Morgan Contributing Writer Last December, when I heard the news that “Culture II” by Migos would be dropping in January, I was ecstatic. 2017 was the year of Migos after they dropped their hit song in 2016, “Bad and Boujee,” and were a huge shout-out by Donald Glover at the 2017 Golden Globes, where […]

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Vrv is new way to stream

The I nternet is becoming saturated with various streaming services that constantly ask for new subscribers. Amazon, YouTube and even PlayStation are hopping on the bandwagon with their own video streaming service. Naturally, the giants, Netflix and Hulu, have everything you could ask for — unless you’re searching for the best Korean drama, unconventional horror […]

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