Members of both the campus community and the Wooster community gathered in the newly renovated McGaw Chapel Tuesday morning for the formal convocation of the College’s 139th academic year. Student ensemble The Eleventh Hour Saxophone Quartet played a sprightly prelude before the sound of bagpipes ushered in the procession of administrators, professors, and the class of 2009, all dressed in their academic robes. Continue reading President Cornwell talks politics at 139th Convocation
One of the best things about spending two months in London this summer was getting access to the culture and art of the U.K.
The Brits have a lot of quality to offer. And their films are no exception. Continue reading Knightley, Miller star in romantic U.K. film
I am convinced, that Hollywood loves summer. Not for the glitz and glamour that celebrities have with their summer styles, but because movies do outstandingly well.
In the summertime, box office gross gushes to new extremes and movies that everyone predicts to be successful, always exceed their estimated assessment. Continue reading The business end of a summer blockbuster
“The Dark Knight” gave a new edge to the classic Batman tale.
In this action crime thriller, director Christopher Nolan took a tired story line and made it his own, with wildly vivid characters that make the story come alive to the audience. Continue reading Batman strikes again with another smash hit