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Golf swings for the fences, jumps a spot in NCAC standings Campus  votes on chairs Junior I.S. art exhibit opens in Ebert Art Center CC will not pass alcohol policy before end of year Student Life candidates visit the College of Wooster
 

Golf swings for the fences, jumps a spot in NCAC standings

Emma Woods Senior Sports Writer The Wooster women’s golf team ended their season this past weekend with a fourth place at the North Coast Atlantic Conference Championships. The women started off their season strong in the fall, placing first overall at the Ohio Wesleyan Invitational in October and placing high at the Wittenberg Pat Clouse […]

Campus votes on chairs

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Over the past couple weeks, students, faculty and staff members have been taking time out of their hurried meals in the Lowry Dining Hall to participate in a campus-wide vote that will help Campus Dining Services decide which chairs will replace our beloved maroon beauties later this year. The voting process […]

Junior I.S. art exhibit opens in Ebert Art Center

Katie Cameron A&E Editor On Sunday, May 8, the College of Wooster Art and Art History Departments will host a gallery show at Ebert Art Center featuring the work of the junior class art majors. The class of 2017 has six art majors: Foster Cheng, Emily Glickman, Cassidy Jester, Mariah Joyce, Abbey Partika and Theresa […]

CC will not pass alcohol policy before end of year

Stephen Lumetta News Editor Alcohol and the College policies surrounding alcohol have been much discussed at the College this academic year, but Campus Council (CC) will not pass a new alcohol policy this year, according to Chair of Campus Council Ben Taylor ’16. This means that the student body will be entering its first weekend […]

Student Life candidates visit the College of Wooster

Four candidates for VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students visited the campus Monday through Thursday. Meg Itoh News Editor Editors’ note: Because not all of the VP candidates’ names were released as of press time, we have decided not to include any candidates’ names out of fairness to those whose names could not be included […]

Working on the Voice has been a highlight of my college career

In my first semester as a student at The College of Wooster, an acquaintance of mine, Madeleine O’Neill, convinced me to come copy-edit for the Voice, playing on my pedantic disposition toward grammar. During the second semester, acquaintance Dominic Piacentini invited me to write a movie review for the “Arts & Entertainment” section. (I chose […]

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Wooster is what students choose to make of it

My first request for a donation from the Alumni Association arrived in my mailbox this week, so I guess I am officially leaving Wooster soon. I will not be sending in $5, or any money, at least for a while. For one thing, I’m about to head into an hourly job and try to get […]

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Wooster is weird and frustrating — but unique

With just a couple more weeks remaining in the semester, I’ve begun to do a lot of reflecting on my experience here at the College. There are a lot of things I wish I could have done and said, but unfortunately there just isn’t enough time. Still, I can’t leave here without passing along just […]

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Working for the Voice helped me become a Squirrel

As some of you may know, I am the author of the on-campus underground comedy publication, the Squirrel. Now I realize probably most of you have never heard of it and of those that have, I’m sure only a handful of you have actually read it and of that handful, only a small percent enjoy […]

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Two short rants to end my time here

I have two very different rants to make. One is about being poor, and one is about being a musician – I promise they’re not related. They’re only minimally researched and are mostly based on my immediate thoughts, so take them as you will. On being poor: as of today, I owe $66,738 in loans […]

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Lesson learned from the Voice

This is my last opportunity to write for the sports section of the Voice. I want to seize this moment to reflect on my experiences and what they have taught me about sports and my college experience. Lesson one: Working for the Voice has confirmed the verity of the square table versus round table division […]

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