Archive | March, 2012

The Scene: My “Last Thought”

My “Last Thought” Saying that Bob Dylan changed my life is cliché,  but there’s a reason for saying it. Art can inspire the kind of awe that reverberates through every particle of your existence. Claiming that Dylan has changed my life is the polite way of saying “I can’t explain the gravity of this artist’s […]

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From the Vault: 1982

A familiar issue today as addressed 30 years ago With the current issues that have presented themselves regarding the Scot’s Key and alcohol policies, this article from the Feb. 12, 1982 issue of The Wooster Voice seemed to still be relevant and topical 30 years later.   College Activates Prohibition of Party Privileges by Sue […]

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Fast Five and I.S.?

I.S. compares a blockbuster hit with bin Laden’s death Eric Batke Senior Staff Writer With seniors now fully in the throes of I.S. crunch time, many students are finding themselves receiving unsolicited elaboration from someone desperate for reassurance in these dire times. While the accessibility of an average I.S. topic usually does not extend much […]

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Bite-Sized Sports, 3/2/12

CAMPUS TRACK AND FIELD IN PENTATHALON  Four Wooster athletes participated in the NCAC Heptathlon/Pentathlon last weekend at Ohio Wesleyan University. Amy French ’14 finished second in the women’s competition with a combined score of 2,707 points. Jensen Buchanan ’14 and Jocelyn Lion ’15 placed tenth and eleventh respectively, both excelling in the women’s high jump. […]

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TRAVIS’ PRO TOUR: Sports media needs to calm down with Lin hype

TRAVIS’ PRO TOUR Travis Marmon Unless you have avoided the media entirely over the past three weeks, you have undoubtedly heard the name Jeremy Lin at least once. Whether I’m watching Sportscenter, CNN or the Daily Show, his name finds a way to appear. The Knicks point guard has become the biggest story in the […]

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Men’s lacrosse dominates Albion in opener

Julie Kendall Sports Editor Faced with cold and snowy conditions for their season opener last Saturday, the Wooster men’s lacrosse team turned up the heat at John P. Papp Stadium, crushing Albion College 14-1. The overwhelming victory revealed the depth of talent found in the young Scots team, most of whom were playing for the […]

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