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Post Malone goes in new direction with album “Hollywood’s Bleeding”

Jackson Lovchuk Contributing Writer On Sep. 6, hip-hop artist Post Malone released his third studio album “Hollywood’s Bleeding.” Although Post Malone began as a hip-hop artist, this album is everything but a traditional hip-hop album. The project blends multiple genres including pop, rock and hip-hop, to name a few. In total, “Hollywood’s Bleeding” lasts 52 […]

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Students to perform an interdisciplinary kinetic experience

Megan Tuennerman A&E Editor Today’s discussions of migration have become politically charged and considerations of humanity — thinking deeply about what connects us to, and makes us different from, each other as a species — are crucial. A group of professors and students here at Wooster decided to focus on what makes us similar and […]

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Black Midi evokes rare and unforCECEable feelings

Andy Kilbride Senior A&E Writer I’m generally wary of the term “buzz band” as a concept because it evokes hordes of over-excitable PR-men more than the visceral thrill of witnessing musicians perfect their craft in real time. Falling in love with new music should feel like riding a rollercoaster as it’s being built, like the […]

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Party on the Green had an enthusiastic audience

Karabella Hernandez Contributing Writer On Saturday evening, Rat Queen, PUBLIC and Soccer Mommy played at Party on the Green to an enthusiastic group of students on the residential quad. Beautiful weather greeted the artists — a rare occurrence for concerts on campus — that reflected the bright and energetic mood of the large crowd. The […]

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The two “Bahubaali” epic films are indeed epic

 Elena Morey A&E Editor In 2015, director and screenplay writer S.S. Rajamouli worked with writer Vijayendra Prasad to create one of the most popular Hindi films of its era. “Bahubaali: The Beginning” swept across the main theatres of India, and even to a small Western theatre in Fairfax, Va. There, I saw the film on […]

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Spider-man breaks up with M arvel in epic divorce

Alex Mittereder Contributing Writer Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) have been sent reeling after the recent news that Spider-Man will no longer be a part of the MCU. The announcement came as a shock, considering that Spider-Man is a beloved character and icon dating back to the origin of the Marvel Comics. So […]

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