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The Scene: Summer Is A Vibe

There are some songs that are just beautiful to listen to in a calm and tranquil space that will elevate your heart and soul. Then there are others that, combined with their music video, help aid in the song’s subliminal messages and subtle references of our changing society. Childish Gambino is the archetype of this […]

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Pentatonix’s “Christmas is Here!” welcomes winter

Brian Luck Contributing Writer With Thanksgiving over, it is finally time to break out the tinsel and garland, to make paper snowflakes and popcorn garlands and to sing the songs of the season. The new Pentatonix album, “Christmas is Here!” provides the perfect background music to help set the mood while you deck the dorms. […]

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Support the Wooster Art Scene

Throughout my time at college, I’ve been (loosely) involved in the Wooster art scene (whatever that is) in a few ways. I’ve been an editor for both The Goliard and The Artful Dodge. I’ve submitted work to the English department’s writing competitions. As of this year, I have a radio show on WOO 91.  By […]

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Jon Bellion’s new album illuminates love and fame

Andrew Gold Contributing Writer Following his critically acclaimed freshman album, “The Human Condition,” Long Island-based singer/rapper/producer Jon Bellion dropped his second full-length record last Friday. While significantly less prolific in both quantity of songs and radio-ready singles than his first album, “Glory Sound Prep” is by no means an album you should pass up a […]

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“American Horror Story: Cult” is political and scarier than ever

Elena Morey A&E Editor “American Horror Story” (“AHS”) has done it again with the seventh season, “Cult,” which was recently released on Netflix. This season is focused around the enticing current political and cultural climate of the United States.  Since the 45th presidential election, the writers of “AHS” have not been afraid to voice their […]

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Netflix’s “Sabrina” is a fresh take on its comic predecessor

Brian Luck Contributing Writer “Who doesn’t enjoy a good scare every now and then, especially this time of year?” The new Netflix series, “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” was released Oct. 26. It follows the story of 16 year old Sabrina Spellman: a half-witch, half-mortal who must decide whether to follow the Path of Light […]

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