Archive | April, 2012

Show student responsibility

Ramsey Kincannon Throughout my four years here, I’ve heard almost every student I’ve talked to complain about how unfairly we are treated by security and the administration. I have often heard the relationship between students and administration compared to a variety of things ranging from a Nazi state to parents not trusting their children. I […]

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Letters to the Editors: April 20th, 2012

The following letters were sent as a response to an article written by Jacob Sklar ’12, published in the April 6 issue on the Voice, about the relationship of the Republican Party and women’s rights. Jacob Sklar’s defense of the Republican party’s treatment of women in the Viewpoints section two weeks ago is offensive and […]

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Bite-Sized Sports: April 20th, 2012

CAMPUS RAM JAM ADVANCES TO REGIONALS   Ram Jam, The College of Wooster men’s ultimate frisbee team, advanced to regionals for the first time in school history last weekend. The team won four out of six games at conferences in Versailles, Ohio, defeating Oberlin College, John Carroll University, Xavier University and Ohio Wesleyan University. The […]

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TRAVIS’ PRO TOUR: April 20th, 2012

Spring spectator sports don’t generate excitement Travis Marmon Although I am wrapping up my second year as a Sports Editor for the Voice, I would be lying if I said that I had a deep appreciation for all athletics. While spring is the best time of year to be active, it is an odd time […]

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Softball has up and down week in NCAC play

Julie Kendall Sports Editor Battling the rain and a nationally-ranked No. 12 DePauw University squad last Saturday, April 14, the Wooster Scots softball team split an afternoon double header against their NCAC opponents at home.  The Scots earned their victory in game one with a strong performance from pitcher Gina Pirolozzi ’13, before committing a […]

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Cunningham-Rhoads throws perfect game against Hiram

Jeremy Ludemann Staff Writer The College of Wooster baseball team has been looking for consistency throughout this year’s campaign, and for one game, they found perfection. Last Saturday, Fighting Scot hurler Kyle Cunningham-Rhoads ’12 threw the second perfect game in school history, as Wooster defeated Hiram on the road 16-0 in seven innings. In the […]

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