Archive | February, 2013

BITE-SIZED NEWS: 2/22/13

LOCAL Cleveland’s medical mart gets new tenants and a new name In an effort to better represent the facility’s intended function, a convention center being built in downtown Cleveland that was formerly known as the Medical Mart will now be called the Global Center for Health Innovation. Several large companies have already reserved space in […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments Off

Corrections: 2/22/13

In the Feb. 15 issue of the Voice, several monetary figures were misrepresented in the article “President Cornwell among highest paid in Ohio.” The article states that Cornwell’s take home pay in the 2009-10 financial year was $469,523 and the 2010-11 financial year was $633,430. These two figures actually represented his total compensation, which is […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments Off

Students travel to Washington D.C. to protest

The “Forward to Climate” rally was the largest environmental protest in American history   Maddi O’Neill Staff Writer Last Sunday, more than 35,000 environmental activists went to Washington, D.C. to participate in what became the largest environmental protest in America’s history. Sixteen College of Wooster students were in attendance, having driven ten hours to make […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments Off

Wooster to host TEDx talk in Gault Recital Hall

Sarah Carracher Staff Writer The College will host its first Tedx talk, “Ideas Worth Spreading,” on March 2 in Gault Recital Hall. Through TEDTalks videos and live presentations from Wooster and other communities, the event’s organizers hope to integrating new ideas into the College and local communities. TED, which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments Off

Campus Dining Study to look at three employment options

Outsourcing is only one possible recourse in the College’s effort to make the dining department as efficient as possible   Ian Benson News Editor   In the article about outsourcing in last week’s Voice, the words “plan” and “proposal” were improperly used. They were meant to describe the option of outsourcing, but instead they made […]

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments Off

Environmental Tip of the Week: 2/22/13

This isn’t really a tip — it’s more of an announcement everyone should know about. Beginning March 1, the College will no longer burn coal. This is one change that will go unseen on campus, but makes a big difference in how we maintain our operation. By switching from coal to natural gas, the College […]

Read the full story

Posted in Features1 Comment

Virtual Edition

Twitter Stream