Player POV: Women’s Lax Opens Season against JCU

Molly Kershner, Contributing Writer Anxiety about home games can be genuine for athletes, coaches and spectators alike, especially leading up to  a season opener. The pressure to perform in front of your home crowd can be overwhelming for athletes, and the fear of succumbing to the stress is very real. Everyone has expectations for themselves,Continue reading “Player POV: Women’s Lax Opens Season against JCU”

Scots Split Opening Day Doubleheader against Grove City

Eliot Barrengos, Sports Editor Wooster men’s baseball split their season-opening doubleheader against Grove City College on a brisk 46 degree afternoon at Art Murray Field on Saturday, Feb. 25th. Wooster dropped game one of the day when they blew a slim 1-0 advantage in the eighth inning. Grove City’s Tate Ostrowski, a consensus All-American lastContinue reading “Scots Split Opening Day Doubleheader against Grove City”

Men’s Basketball Eliminated by Wabash in Devastating Fashion

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer Last week played host to the NCAC men’s basketball tournament, which began Tuesday, Feb. 21 and ran through Saturday, Feb. 25. The tournament field featured the top eight teams in the conference, leaving only the Kenyon Owls at home while the rest of the teams competed for the title ofContinue reading “Men’s Basketball Eliminated by Wabash in Devastating Fashion”

Expanding Taste to Connect: Conversations to Build Relationships

Morgan Graham, Contributing Writer I talked with my grandma on the phone recently. I try to call every so often, but I am an awful planner and even worse when I need to follow through on them. Usually, it takes my father reminding me to call for it to actually happen, but it is alwaysContinue reading “Expanding Taste to Connect: Conversations to Build Relationships”

What’s the Protocol for Gun Violence?

It seems like every day or every week I check my phone to see that there has been another mass shooting in this country. It is what we’re famous for after all. In the days following, I check my email, waiting for a message from the President of the College, an administrator, a professor, someoneContinue reading “What’s the Protocol for Gun Violence?”

Viewpoint: Remember the History behind Words

“[T]he assumption that all Black people are necessarily affronted by the reference as by the use of the n-word implies a considerable lack of intellectual fortitude,” wrote an interracial couple in response to a racial incident on campus last March. Only a handful of sentences have really grappled me so much since I became anContinue reading “Viewpoint: Remember the History behind Words”

“Cocaine Bear” Review: The Adventures of Pablo Escobear

Jack Cheney, Contributing Writer When you think of goofy horror movies, you might think of things such as the “Scary Movie” franchise, or the insert-number-here of the “Friday the 13th” movies. Or maybe you have a refined taste, such as for the first 30 minutes of a Jordan Peele movie before it becomes either terrifyingContinue reading ““Cocaine Bear” Review: The Adventures of Pablo Escobear”

Scots in Harmony to Perform at ICCA Quarterfinals this Saturday

Haley Huett, A&E Editor Scots in Harmony, Wooster’s only competitive a cappella group, will be performing in Ohio’s International Competition for Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) this Saturday, March 4 in Cleveland, OH.  Founded in 2019 by Doug Morris ’22 and Rondell Mackey ’22, Scots in Harmony has been dedicated to diversity in music and experiencesContinue reading “Scots in Harmony to Perform at ICCA Quarterfinals this Saturday”

It’s Still Not CheatGPT

Jessica Israel ’24, Lina Boughton ’25 and Minh Phan ’24 Technology continues to break barriers, and ChatGPT is the new technological showstopper! ChatGPT uses natural language processing to emulate human speech in response to prompts. It has a variety of features, from generating stories to brainstorming ideas and answering questions. While ChatGPT is known byContinue reading “It’s Still Not CheatGPT”