Archive | February 14th, 2013

Happy Valentine’s Day!

The Wooster Voice staff would like to wish you a very Happy Valentines Day!

Read the full story

Posted in Online Only, UncategorizedComments Off

Jabali African Acrobats Come to Wooster

The Wooster Activity Crew (W.A.C) invites everyone to see the Jabali African Acrobats on Friday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. The Jabali African Acrobats are an acrobatic troupe from Mombassa, Kenya, and they have performed for NBA and College basketball halftimes, former President Bill Clinton, and the Late Night Show with David Letterman, to name […]

Read the full story

Posted in FeaturesComments Off

Helping heal Honduras

Most students at the College of Wooster would not consider a box of Band-aids to be a luxury item. In fact, many students on this campus have their own first aid kit sitting in their room for mending the occasional cuts and wounds. Yet, to some, a first aid kit is a luxury. This spring […]

Read the full story

Posted in FeaturesComments Off

Corporation of Wooster?

Dan Grantham In the four years I have spent at the College of Wooster, I have witnessed a dramatic change in the school’s administrative culture. Like the administrations of many other schools, both public and private, across the country, Wooster’s administrative bodies have increasingly betrayed the school’s fundamental virtue of being a not-for-profit liberal arts […]

Read the full story

Posted in Online Only, Viewpoints3 Comments

Racial identity not socially accounted for

Seonna Gittens Racial identity defines who I am by physical appearance, but that identity also engenders characteristics of where I have come from, my socio-economic status in a 21st century capitalist economic order, the history and culture of my family, and the language surrounding me. Racial identity is a part of how I and every […]

Read the full story

Posted in ViewpointsComments Off

Movie Review: 2/15/13

McCarthy shines in lackluster “Identity Thief” Libba Smith A&E Editor   “Identity Thief” is the latest in a string of lazy comedies with clichéd jokes and boring plotlines. Jason Bateman has made quite a career out of playing the uptight businessman, a role he has perfected in too many films and television shows; his character […]

Read the full story

Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Film ReviewsComments Off

Virtual Edition

[issuu backgroundcolor=2A5083 showflipbtn=true autoflip=true autofliptime=6000 documentid=130502223836-ed2ff1c7522d45c8bbd866e2a7226c6c docname=05.03.13_full_issue username=annavieve loadinginfotext=Wooster%20Voice%205%2F3 showhtmllink=true tag=may%203 width=286 height=320 unit=px]

Twitter Stream