Archive | May, 2013

The rules of the game

  Libba Smith Stick the dealer, no kitty. Always lead with the right. Never trump your partner’s ace. Always take a trick when you can. Score with a six and four of the same suit. If you don’t understand those first few phrases, stop reading immediately — just kidding. Many will tell you that euchre, […]

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McKinstry reflects on Voice, root beer

Lee McKinstry Oh, The Wooster Voice office, home away from dorm, sweet dungeon of my soul. I love you. I adore you, in all of your warm and terrible windowless glory. No one knows the joy it is to be curled up on the Voice couch until they’ve sat there, lived there, sipping root beer […]

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Schmitz’s suggestions

Kim Schmitz Here are a few things one can do to make the Wooster experience exceptional. 1. Study abroad. It will teach you some new things! But really, studying abroad is the best thing you can do when you go to Wooster because the best thing to do when you are at Wooster is to […]

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Wooster experience exceedingly positive

  Dan Grantham As much as my editorship at the Voice has consisted of downtrodden criticisms of the College’s Administration, tongue-in-cheek critiques of Wooster’s Greek community and pessimistic reviews of the Obama Administration, I swear I am really not all doom-and-gloom. Now that I am leaving Wooster, I can say that I have feel that […]

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Keep Wooster weird

Julie Kendall Wooster is a weird place. It has always seemed to me as if somebody decided to drop two thousand young and confused individuals on one-square-mile of land as part of some sort of bizarre social experiment in which we are forced to live, work, study and socialize together for four years. We are […]

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Cartoonist, Pot editor on Wooster

  Gus Fuguitt As the staff cartoonist for the Voice for most of the last four years, I have forced myself to pay close attention to the issues and events that have made the biggest impact on the student body. From overcrowding on Admitted Student Days to the infamous arrival of the Scot Dog cart […]

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