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The art wall and respect

Scott McLellan I would like to offer these two images to the campus community to illustrate a certain climate on campus. k(NO)w and its members worked incredibly hard to put up a wall for College community members to think critically and constructively about sexual respect on campus. I would ask that, as a community, we […]

T&F has great showing at All-Ohio meet

Kasey Fiedler Contributing Writer The College of Wooster track and field team proved to be among the best in the Buckeye State as they competed at the All-Ohio Division III Track and Field Championships held on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University. The men’s team finished 15th, with a strong showing in the 10,000 meter […]

C.O.W. math team top in nation

Mariah Joyce Chief Copy Editor On Friday, April 4, a College of Wooster team which had participated in the international Mathematical Contest in Modeling discovered that they had finished first in the nation and eleventh worldwide. The team, comprised of Popi Palchoudhuri ’16, Sunny Mitra ’16 and Dagm Ayalew ’16, was thrilled at the news. […]

Student’s televised comments ignite town-gown dispute

Maddi O’Neill News Editor A day after Chadwick Smith ’17 appeared on a CNN youth panel to discuss race relations and the Michael Dunn verdict, a disgruntled email response from a local woman was circulated throughout Wooster, sparking a wave of town-gown controversy. The email, written by Kay Rowekamp, took issue with one of the […]

Drunk driver careens down Beall, flips car

Maddi O’Neill Wyatt Smith News Editors On Thursday, Feb. 20, a drunk driver careened down Beall Ave. and flipped his vehicle after failing to navigate a turn onto E. University St. No one, including driver James D. Wheeler, was hurt. Wheeler, a Wooster local, was arrested at the scene and charged with driving while intoxicated, […]

Toward a pervasive gender neutrality

22 April 2014

James May Last week, the Voice published an important article about the efforts of WGSS Department faculty and students to convert certain campus restrooms into all-gender restrooms, usable by people of any and all gender identities. These plans, if successfully executed, would be a huge step forward in the College’s efforts to grow as an […]

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Commercializing cancer

22 April 2014

Ian Benson There was a moment last week when I contemplated going to Relay for Life. I thought about heading over to the Scot Center, getting a survivor’s shirt (lymphoma, summer of 2011) and running 104 laps, one for every day I experienced treatment. I considered writing the names of family and friends and peers […]

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Thoughts of cameras on a busy street

22 April 2014

Travis Marmon When I was distributing issues of the Voice two weeks ago with a headline about the College installing security cameras on Beall, I was surprised by how quickly people reacted to the news. Some students were excited, saying it was just what the campus needed. Others were vocally displeased, saying things like “this […]

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Feminism and masculinity for life

22 April 2014

Erica Rickey Reflecting on the recent speaker on campus, Michael Kimmel, it is interesting to me how ideas of masculinity should be important to feminism. The two concepts are typically juxtaposed as oppositional and irreconcilable, but Mr. Kimmel helped me realize that could not be further from the truth. Masculinity is intimately intertwined with feminism, […]

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This is sexual disrespect

22 April 2014

Gina Christo This past week k(NO)w, the anti-sexual assault organization on campus, used part of the art wall to spread the message of sexual respect on campus. One of the panels asked “How Do You Define Sexual Respect” and provided pens for people to respond. One original student turned our label on the pens box […]

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Tuition increase not so hopeful

22 April 2014

Jai Ranchod A recent article in the Voice noted that the 3.9 percent increase in comprehensive fee is the lowest in recent years and is significantly lower than the 4.5 percent and 4.6 percent it has been over the previous two years specifically. That the rate of increase is down is undoubtedly good, but it […]

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