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The scene: A new Hannibal

By Travis Marmon While I have never understood the popularity of food and cooking shows, my attention will be drawn to televised meal preparation tonight. Why? Because season two of Hannibal premieres at 10 p.m. on NBC, and everything Dr. Lecter cooks up looks delicious — as long as you ignore the fact that it’s […]

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Heroes reborn with Heroes Reborn

Dominic Piacentini  A&E Editor This week NBC announced that the station would air a miniseries in 2015 titled Heroes Reborn, a continuation of the four season series Heroes, which first aired in 2006. The show featured actors such as Zachary Quinto and Hayden Panettiere, who have now become common names in media. The first season of […]

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Wooster Students predict Oscar winners

The Academy Awards airs this Sunday at 7 p.m. and will   be hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. Ian Benson ’14, Rachel Wortman ‘15, Lee McKinstry ‘13 and Clara Cuccaro ’15 gave us their predictions for this year’s event. Best Picture RW, IB: 12 Years a Slave At this point everyone on the planet knows that this […]

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The Scene: Today’s Face of TV

Brooke Skiba Television has come a long way since the days when family and friends gathered around a black and white screen for primetime showings. Even in our own childhood, which featured cable television and the beginnings of high-definition, watching television generally meant following your favorite shows on a weekly basis and fighting for the […]

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Film Review: Endless Love disappoints endlessly

Foster Cheng Contributing Writer Endless Love is one of those “That looks terrible! We have to see it” type of movies. Trust me, I did not go into this expecting to be swept off my feet. Instead, I was looking to see a cheesy, clichéd movie that I could make fun of for the rest […]

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Festival of New Plays returns to Wooster theatre

Lara Sinangil Contributing Writer During the weekend of Feb. 27 through March 1, the Festival of New Plays will be performed in the Schoolroy Theatre by various students of the Theatre and Dance department. Founded by Associate Professor Shirley Houston-Findley, the Festival of New Plays is a semiannual performance created to showcase the work of […]

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