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Artist Jack Stauber’s eclectic work reaches new depths

Jacob Cannon Contributing Writer My music taste is eclectic — even nonsensical at times — but I was recently introduced to an artist I consistently enjoy, no matter the time of day. For about a year, I’ve been listening to the work of one Jack Stauber, an indie artist whose style is as unpredictable as […]

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“Women of Ciudad Juárez” delivers a powerful message

Karabella Hernandez Contributing Writer CW:  This article contains language and content pertaining to sexual assault and violence. 737 names in seven minutes. This is how many murdered women the production “Women of Ciudad Juárez,” presented by the Teatro Travieso/Troublemaker Theatre company, names at its end to an audience that is weeping, gasping, frozen. Directed by […]

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“The Band’s Visit” explores depths of life and love

Brian Luck Contributing Writer “Once not long ago, a group of musicians came to Israel from Egypt. You probably didn’t hear about it. It wasn’t very important,” opens the musical, “The Band’s Visit.” Though the events of “The Band’s Visit” seem unimportant, the musical itself is anything but. The musical, based on the film version, […]

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Artist Jules Davis ’19 explores spaces in Wooster

Claire Wineman Senior Staff Writer The first thing I noticed upon walking into Jules Davis ’19’s senior Independent Study (I.S.) exhibition, “Making Space,” was the large black and white drawing taking up one of the walls. While it is the quietest aspect of the multi-media project, it is also the most detailed, pulling you in […]

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The Scene: Down with Genre Snobs

Of all the grand traditions in the history of mankind’s consumption of music, genre snobbery has to be one of the oldest and most powerful. Since time immemorial, music nerds have been yelling at each other until they are blue in the face, decrying the classification of this group or that group as being a […]

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Spring Dance Concert displays collaborative artistry

Claire Wineman Senior Staff Writer As much as we invoke the phrase “Independent Minds, Working Together” here at Wooster  —  both seriously and ironically — there’s never a shortage of ways for us to experience it at work around campus. We are constantly in cooperation with one another to achieve end results that would be […]

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