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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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DiCaprio sells soul to devil but all in vain

Rachelle Wartwoman Actual crossroads demon After this year’s Academy Awards, it was as if Jack had sunk into the freezing ocean all over again, but this time it was The Academy and Matthew McConaughey who didn’t make room for him on that plank of wood.   The world watched in horror as Leonardo DiCaprio fell into […]

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A CAPELLA FORMS VIA BUDDING

Travie McCoooooy Lee’s favorite Just when you thought the College was oversaturated with a capella groups, a new coed group has formed and is ready to hit the scene. C(ap)ell(a) Division, the fastest-growing singing outfit on campus, formed last week when Merry Kuween of Scots members Dominic Piacentini ’15 and Ryan O’Dell ’14 suddenly began […]

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ASPCA Thickened

DomdomdomDomdomdom Nicest guy ‘til you meet him It recently was announced that Sarah McLaquehlan would be abandoning her position as celebrity spokeswoman of The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). The president of the organization was quick to announce MkClocklan’s replacement — Robin Thicke. McClouglen filmed her first commercial for the […]

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