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Ceramics provides unique artistic opportunities

Megan Tuennerman A&E Editor “I am not artistic. I cannot draw to save my life.” Does that statement sound like you? Then ceramics may be the art form for you. As a person who still draws stick figures, I can assure you that there are art forms out there that do not require the ability […]

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Anime moves from niche to mainstream in the West

Desi LaPoole Editor in Chief Over Thanksgiving break, instead of working on my I.S. I found myself binge-watching “My Hero Academia,” one of the most popular anime at the moment, when my brother walked into the room, looked at the screen and said, “Oh my god, Bakugo is so freaking annoying, right?” This took me […]

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Students perform in 2019 Fall Dance Concert

Anna Wolf Contributing Writer On Nov. 21, 22 and 23, The College of Wooster student dancers took to the stage for the Fall Dance Concert in Freedlander Theatre. The event was directed by Kim Tritt, and is the last concert she will be directing at the College. Tritt shared the immense amount of work that […]

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For anyone who needs some warming poems this season

Korri Palmer Hey everyone, this week’s review is a little different. As the year winds down and pop culture only trades holiday memes and welcomes a random Mac Miller (R.I.P. a true legend) bashing from Goldlink (sorry to this man), I was left with little to review. So, this week I will review Scott Laudati’s poetry […]

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“The L Word” is a realistic and honest LGBTQ+ show

Elena Morey A&E Editor In the 21st century, there is still a lack of positive and accurate representation of women in the LGBTQ+ community on television, and even more so about similar women of color. Proper representation is very significant and important, and the under-appreciated show “The L Word: This is the life” needs to […]

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“The Laundromat” details Panama Papers scandal

Samuel Casey News Editor You know what sucks? Doing laundry. I put it off as long as possible, adding clothes to my hamper like a game of Jenga only with cotton instead of wood. Plus, the machines are al- ways in the middle of a cycle or holding the sopping wet clothes of a stranger […]

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