Fall into step at the Fall Dance Concert

Izzie Corley, Contributing Writer College of Wooster students who want a smorgasbord of all that the field of modern dance has to offer should look no further than this year’s Fall Dance Concert. This show will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 17, 18 and 19 at Freedlander Theater. The concert will be directedContinue reading “Fall into step at the Fall Dance Concert”

Lose her? I hardly know her! Drake and 21 Savage’s new album

Zach Napora, Contributing Writer Six years after their first collaboration “Sneakin’,” 21 Savage and Drake have linked up for a joint album. In “Her Loss,” Drake and 21 Savage fall into their natural roles while still sounding like they compete on every song. Drake takes the leading role on the album, as he contributed two-thirdsContinue reading “Lose her? I hardly know her! Drake and 21 Savage’s new album”

“Andor:” “Star Wars” dives into “serious” drama

Orion Bress, Contributing Writer Disney has recently released their newest “Star Wars” show, “Andor,” a spy thriller focusing on “Rogue One” character Cassian Andor as he joins the rebellion while observing the perspectives of both Empire loyalist bureaucrats and rebel leaders alike. What strikes me most about “Andor” is how different it is from theContinue reading ““Andor:” “Star Wars” dives into “serious” drama”

Buckle up! Arctic Monkeys releases “The Car”

Lark Pinney, Editor in Chief Lace up those Dr. Martens and dig out your American Apparel, because Arctic Monkeys are back. The English alternative rock band best known for their hit “Do I Wanna Know?” released their seventh studio album this October, titled “The Car.” This album follows 2018’s “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,” aContinue reading “Buckle up! Arctic Monkeys releases “The Car””

“Can I speak to the MGMT?” A 15th anniversary celebration

Zach Napora, Contributing Writer This October, indie-pop band MGMT celebrated the 15th anniversary of their debut album “Oracular Spectacular.” MGMT began as a dorm room experiment between two friends, Ben Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden, at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. Their early work was heavily influenced by noise rock and electronica, which can be heard onContinue reading ““Can I speak to the MGMT?” A 15th anniversary celebration”

“Promises:” Saxophonist Pharaoh Sanders’ final masterpiece

Ian MacLaughlin, Contributing Writer On Mar. 26, 2021, legendary jazz saxophone player Pharaoh Sanders released a collaborative album with electronic producer Floating Points and the London Symphony Orchestra. It has been widely regarded as one of the best albums of the year and the greatest of Sanders’ albums since his recordings in the 60s andContinue reading ““Promises:” Saxophonist Pharaoh Sanders’ final masterpiece”

Netflix’s adaptation of “The Sandman” is a dream come true

Izzie Corley, Contributing Writer When I first saw the promotional photos for Netflix’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman,” I was frankly disappointed. The titular character, known as Morpheus or Dream of The Endless, looked very different from the way I remembered him when I read the comics in high school. He looked less likeContinue reading “Netflix’s adaptation of “The Sandman” is a dream come true”

“Women Who Rock:” Covers returns to Wooster’s Underground

Haley Huett, A&E Editor Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the U.S.A.” sounded across the Underground and the mellow and sweet notes of the violin rendition carried across the sizable crowd that had already formed. Students began rushing to the stage, hooting and hollering in support of their friends. The first Covers of the year had begun. Continue reading ““Women Who Rock:” Covers returns to Wooster’s Underground”

Expanding the Genre: How One Show is Changing Science-Fiction

Orion Bress, Contributing Writer With “House of Dragon” returning us to Westeros and “The Rings of Power” returning us to Middle Earth, I believe now is a perfect time for us to revisit the lesser-known world of “The Expanse.” Based on the book series by the same name written by James S.A. Cory, a pseudonymContinue reading “Expanding the Genre: How One Show is Changing Science-Fiction”