Try Something New: The Great Vodka Red Bull

Everytime my best friend and I walk into our local Irish pub, we are greeted with cries of “Vodka Red Bull!” It’s unclear whether they know our names, or simply know us by our signature drink that we order one, two, three, four times a night. Amongst the crowd in the downtown where I’m from,Continue reading “Try Something New: The Great Vodka Red Bull”

Students perform at Culture Show

Grace Pryor, Contributing Writer Last Saturday evening, Nov. 11, the atmosphere at the 2022 International Education Week Culture Show was raucous and excited. McGaw Chapel, where the event was held from 6 to 8 p.m., was filled nearly to the brim, its benches packed with students ready to cheer on their friends and classmates andContinue reading “Students perform at Culture Show”

Women’s Basketball Falls in Second Game of the Season

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer On Nov. 10, the Fighting Scots women’s basketball team traveled to Bluffton University to take on the Beavers in a Saturday night showdown. Wooster looked to notch their first win of the season after falling to Franscisan University in the season opener. The game would serve as Bluffton’s season opener,Continue reading “Women’s Basketball Falls in Second Game of the Season”

Wooster Orbits Oberlin by Overcoming Obstacles

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots football team played their final game of the season last Saturday. A 56-13 drubbing of the Oberlin Yeomen capped off a successful 2022 season for Wooster. The win cemented the Scots’ final record at 6-4 overall and 5-4 in conference play, continuing a streak of three consecutive seasonsContinue reading “Wooster Orbits Oberlin by Overcoming Obstacles”

Cross Country Ends Their Season Strong at Regional Meet

Miles Rochester, Sports Editor The frontrunning men and women of Wooster’s cross country program took to the roads and trails of Holland, Michigan with a collective goal of competing and running their hearts out in the  Great Lakes Cross Country Regional Championships. Although the brisk air and untimely snow provided an extra challenge for theContinue reading Cross Country Ends Their Season Strong at Regional Meet

Songs for a Sunday: Norah Jones’ “Come Away With Me”

Colin Schrein, A&E Editor Transport yourself to a Sunday morning as a kid. Maybe that means cleaning the house with mom, maybe that means cartoons and cereal. When I was growing up, my parents would always play music on Sunday mornings (at least that’s my perception now). On these mornings with my brothers and parents,Continue reading “Songs for a Sunday: Norah Jones’ “Come Away With Me””

Retrofitted Wooster waste-water facility generates renewable energy

Caroline Ward, S&E editor In 2013, the City of Wooster partnered with quasar energy group, a Cleveland-based waste-to-energy company, with the goal of retrofitting its pre-existing water-waste facility into a virtual water resource recovery facility. Construction finished in 2014, transforming the waste-water plant into a fully energy-self- sufficient operation capable of generating an annual 5,256Continue reading Retrofitted Wooster waste-water facility generates renewable energy

“Missing Indigo” is an Independent Study turned rock album

Haley Huett, A&E Editor Robert Stark ’23, like many seniors at the College, is hard at work on his Independent Study. As a music composition major, Stark’s I.S. involves the creation of an original work, not dissimilar to his fellow students in the department. However, Stark’s I.S. departs from the usual route taken by manyContinue reading ““Missing Indigo” is an Independent Study turned rock album”