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Scots win 16th NCAC title as Coach Moore collects 800th win Lori Makin-Byrd appointed as Title IX Coordinator Find love, uncertainty in spring play Almost, Maine The Goliard presents: Womyn in Arts and All Things Feminine A sneak peek of Springfest 2017 at Bonnawoo
 

Scots win 16th NCAC title as Coach Moore collects 800th win

Sam Kuhn Contributing Writer The men’s basketball team hit the road and travelled to Ohio Wesleyan University last weekend to finish their conference play in the NCAC tournament. On Friday night, they took down #14 Denison en route to the championship game the following day against Ohio Wesleyan. Against Denison, the Scots blasted out of […]

Lori Makin-Byrd appointed as Title IX Coordinator

She will begin on March 27 of this semester, succeeding Secretary of the College Angela Johnston Brandon Bell Staff Writer Lori Makin-Byrd, currently the Title IX coordinator at Eckerd College in Florida, will become Wooster’s first full-time Title IX coordinator and director of sexual violence prevention and response on March 27. She will assume the […]

Find love, uncertainty in spring play Almost, Maine

Waverly Hart Contributing Writer This weekend, curtains will go up on Almost, Maine, as 21 Wooster students perform the whimsical rom-com play at Freedlander Theatre. The play, written by award-winning actor John Cariani, centers around the residents of the fictional town of Almost. Divided up into nine interlocking love stories, Almost, Maine uses quaint techniques […]

The Goliard presents: Womyn in Arts and All Things Feminine

Desi LaPoole Contributing Writer It’s March! Finally, springtime is right around the corner — as is my birthday (yes, please send me presents). March is also National Women’s Month, a month-long celebration of women’s accomplishments and contributions throughout history. This month is about discussing subjects such as the glass ceiling and women’s rights violations all […]

A sneak peek of Springfest 2017 at Bonnawoo

Desi LaPoole Contributing Writer It’s no secret that we are surrounded by many creative and talented people here at Wooster. There are so many poets, dancers, painters and, of course, musicians. Student artists explore many genres of music, from rap to EDM, and put time and effort into creating songs for us to enjoy. However, […]

For the record: our listening habits in the age of digital music

Justin Konyn Contributing Writer I often find that most of my music-listening is done through playlists. In a time of nearly instant gratification, playlists offer instant access to favorite songs, fitting whatever mood the day has created and best of all, anyone can create them. As far as playlists go, I totally get it: turns […]

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The Living Wage is a worthwhile campaign

Last week, a truly lovely article about the current state of the Living Wage Campaign at Wooster was featured in a Viewpoint from The Wooster Voice. I cannot express to all of you still fighting the good fight (in all realms of social justice issues on campus) how much I sincerely appreciate what you do […]

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Importance of voting in the CC election

The future of student-led policymaking is at stake, along with responsible and efficient policymaking during the 2017-2018 term. The vote is coming up soon — beginning March 1 and concluding March 3 at 4:30 p.m. — and to encourage you to participate, I’ll first explain what Campus Council is, and then make a case for […]

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Redefine the idea of self-care

As the notions of feminism, mental health and political activism become increasingly destigmatized and “mainstream” society has begun (I think) recognizing the importance of having a diverse range of voices speak about their needs and concerns. However, with the much needed discourse on contentious and historically taboo issues, there is also an inherent need for […]

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Recent additions have Cavs poised for chance at a repeat

When Cleveland Cavaliers starting guard J.R. Smith had surgery in the middle of December, few would have expected or hoped that this was the start of a season-long trend for the Cavs of horribly unlucky injuries. Kevin Love underwent surgery a few weeks ago in order to rehabilitate a nagging knee injury. These injuries forced […]

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Salzman ends season on a high note

Taylor Sikich Contributing Writer This past weekend, to conclude the swimming and diving season, diver Aaron Salzman ’17 traveled to Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich. to compete in the NCAA Division III Diving Regional competition. In order to qualify for the regional competition, Salzman had to surpass the 395-point NCAA Division III 1-meter qualification […]

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