Archive | January, 2013

Women’s basketball continues losing streak

Lincoln Plews Sports Staff Writer The women’s basketball team extended their losing skid to seven games this past Saturday, falling 54-45 to conference rival Wittenberg. After beginning the season with a record of 3-2 (equaling their win total from last year), the Scots have stumbled, losing 9 of their last 12 games to fall to […]

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Men’s basketball outlasts OWU

Travis Marmon Sports Editor The Wooster men’s basketball team had a productive Winter Break. While the general student population was away, the team won seven out of eight games and is riding an eight-game win streak as of press time. The Scots, who are ranked No. 8 in the country, faced one of their biggest […]

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Moot Court team excels at national competition

Anna Duke Features Editor   While most students were trying to stay warm in the Ohio weather this past week, the Wooster Moot Court team, composed of 16 students and two professors, left the cold weather behind as they headed down to Virginia for the National Moot Court tournament. In their last competition of the […]

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Voice staff reviews OH-YO! fro-yo at north end

Kim Schmitz Features Editor The Voice staff is committed to informing members of the College. No matter what event, story or question is proposed, we go to any lengths to provide answers. Sometimes this can be grueling work, filled with difficult journeys and revolting endeavors. Sometimes we have to travel to the ends of the […]

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The scene: A Reading Journey

Dominic Piacentini The best thing to do over winter break is to sit down in front of a warm fire with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book. My book of choice for this winter was “Cloud Atlas.” This book was incredible and different from anything I’ve read before. The novel, by David […]

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Winter Break Movie Reviews: Staff Picks

Les Miserables Dominic Piancentini ’15 The much anticipated “Les Miserables” opened in theaters this winter on Christmas Day. This musical, set after the French Revolution, tells the story of one man discovering who he is and the people he affects in the process. It was clear to me that director Tom Hooper had read Victor […]

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