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Power struggles abound on Ivory Coast

by Ramsey Kincannon, Senior Staff Writer In November 2010, five years after a delayed democratic election due to a bloody civil war, many Ivorians thought they had finally found peace. There had been significant United Nations forces attempting to keep peace for years now and many were excited for Ivory Coast to finally become self-reliant. […]

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Jazz Ensemble performs excellent tribute to Pastorius

Despite the icy weather in February delaying their performance for three months, The College of Wooster Jazz Ensemble and Italian professional† electric bass guiatrist Maurizio Rolli put forth an excellent show in tribute to legendary bassist Jaco Pastorius last Friday in McGaw Chapel.

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The Art of Independent Study

by Margaret Donnelly, Editor in Chief The senior studio art majors’ Independent Study exhibitions opened last week in the MacKenzie Gallery at the Ebert Art Center with the works of Will Santino ’11 and Nick Ouellette ’11, whose exhibitions explored Biblical concepts of creation myths, language and the Tower of Babel. Santino showed drawings from […]

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Zurko and Milligan astonish at the faculty art shows

Kicking off The College of Wooster’s 2011 art show season, professors Bridget Milligan and Walter Zurko debuted and spoke about their respective projects, “Fireside Tales” and “ÖA Matter of Time,” which they each made during their most recent sabbatical from the College. Milligan worked with photography and digital art techniques, while Zurko made sculptures.

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Surprisingly trippy “Rango” takes on the classic Western

There are very few animated films that star chameleons. There are even fewer that mix Western movie staples with a dash of Gonzo wit. “Rango,” the first animated film from Industrial Light and Magic, is that film. Perhaps the movie’s allusions to Hunter S. Thompson aren’t so surprising when you hear that Johnny Depp is […]

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Baseball takes first place in NCAC

Returning from its annual spring break trip, The College of Wooster baseball team has taken an early step to defending its North Coast Athletic Conference Championship. After finishing 7-7 in Port Charlotte, Fla., the team has brought its record to 12-9 and gone 6-2 in conference play to take over first place in the NCAC. […]

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