Archive | April, 2013

Boston native reflects on recent events, support

Gina Christo Initially, I asked the Voice staff if I could write an article complaining about the woes of the housing bureaucracy here  at the College. But on Monday, my hometown of Boston, was bombed, and my priorities shifted. Where my carrel is and what house my sorority gets seem small in light of this […]

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Ideological obstination

Ben Taylor During the past few weeks, I attended two politically-oriented meetings, one from each side of the ideological spectrum. The first was the Planned Parenthood discussion “Rights Under Fire” hosted by the College of Wooster Democrats and the second  event was the Wayne County Republican Party Executive Committee Meeting. Despite the vast differences which […]

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Justin Bieber’s self-promotion finally goes too far

Laura Merrell Oh, Justin Bieber, you’ve done it again! Thanks to his childish antics and the criticism they have inspired, Bieber seems to be making headlines every week.  One of my favorite recent mis-biebhaviors occured when he came under fire for wearing overalls to meet with the Canadian Prime Minister. This week, he’s in every […]

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An Examination of School Vouchers

Bryce Benefield Let me paint a picture for you to clear up some misunderstandings about human equality of opportunity: education. Recently, I have read and heard invalid arguments against voucher based educational finance. First, let me describe how we currently finance education. We mandate that the county or state governments fund facilities, hire educators under […]

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Baseball dominates Hiram College

Julie Kendall Sports Editor Wooster’s baseball team swept Hiram College in four games at Art Murray Field last weekend, boosting their season record to 19-7 and strengthening their grip on the first place standing in the NCAC East Division with a 7-1 conference record. The Fighting Scots were an offensive powerhouse on Saturday, overwhelming the […]

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The most interesting prospects in the NFL Draft

Travis Marmon Sports Editor The 2013 NFL Draft starts this coming Thursday night. Football fans wallowing through the offseason can take some joy in watching teams make improvements, seeing young men have their wildest dreams come true on national television and look in awe at ESPN’s resident avian Mel Kiper, Jr. and his frighteningly encyclopedic […]

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