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The Scene: Freshen up your phone with these apps

 As time progresses and Instagram and Snapchat get more annoying, I find myself attempting to find new ways to entertain myself. So, I have found myself enjoying three new apps lately, and I hope that maybe you can find some interest in them too.  First, I have grown a new love for podcasts. So, folks, […]

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Despite rain, Springfest gathers intimate crowd

Elena Morey A&E Editor On Saturday, April 27, Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) held their yearly Springfest musical extravaganza featuring student openers DJ SP, Hot Water Street and MoonManFlo as well as visiting performers Overcoats, Giraffage and Saba. As the rain poured down, a few brave and loyal students gathered at the bottom of the stage.  […]

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Sunn O))) puts on a legendary live show

Andy Kilbride Staff Writer  On April 17, drone metal band Sunn O))) (pronounced “sun”) played at the Agora Theater in Cleveland to promote their latest record, “Life Metal.” Well into their second decade as a band, core members Greg Anderson and Stephen O’Malley — often accompanied by a revolving door of collaborators — have cemented […]

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“Big Mouth” captures highs and lows of puberty with honesty

Elena Morey A & E Editor Netflix’s “Big Mouth,” created by Jennifer Flackett, Andrew Goldberg and Nick Kroll, is an animated show that crudely captures the horrors and triumphs of everyone’s favorite stage of life: puberty. Puberty is awkward, scary, anxiety-inducing, fun and something everyone has to go through. These elements are what ground the […]

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Brie Larson’s debut film celebrates unique opinions

Erika Purdy Contributing Writer “Unicorn Store,” Brie Larson’s directorial debut, tells a story that might be painfully relatable to many of us in the coming years — the story of a recent college graduate searching for meaning in a grown-up world that she doesn’t quite feel a part of. Our protagonist Kit, played by Larson, […]

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The Scene: “Guava Island” emphasizes the power of music

Art is a poignant expression of identity and culture that brings a sense of freedom from the wretchedness of the world. Music is one of the forms that holds a precious piece for all people. The sound, instruments, energy and connection we make with one another breed an atmosphere of unity that cannot be broken. […]

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