Archive | April, 2014

Tuition increase not so hopeful

Jai Ranchod A recent article in the Voice noted that the 3.9 percent increase in comprehensive fee is the lowest in recent years and is significantly lower than the 4.5 percent and 4.6 percent it has been over the previous two years specifically. That the rate of increase is down is undoubtedly good, but it […]

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Betty Gone Wild advances

Lincoln Plews Contributing Writer The women’s ultimate team, Betty Gone Wild (a reference to the Ram Jam song “Black Betty”), is headed to their first ever USA Ultimate Regional Championships after going a perfect 5-0 in the Conference Championships this past weekend in Gambier, Ohio. The women started the weekend off with force, shutting out […]

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IT’S TIME FOR SHEA TO CALL THE PLAY Will Liverpool FC suprise the soccer world?

Sheamus Dalton Liverpool is poised to win the English Premier League title. Seems unreal, doesn’t it? For a club that hasn’t won the league since the 1989-90 season but has remained a title contender for many of those years, the possibility of Liverpool winning its 19th top flight league title and first ever Premier League […]

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Baseball back into the swing of things

Jeremy Ludemann Senior Sports Writer Wooster’s baseball team was searching for consistency in their four-game series with Hiram last weekend. With midweek losses to nationally ranked Case Western Reserve University and regional power Baldwin-Wallace University, the Scots were unable to put together complete performances. Similar to the Black and Old Gold’s 2-0 loss to Case […]

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T&F has great showing at All-Ohio meet

Kasey Fiedler Contributing Writer The College of Wooster track and field team proved to be among the best in the Buckeye State as they competed at the All-Ohio Division III Track and Field Championships held on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University. The men’s team finished 15th, with a strong showing in the 10,000 meter […]

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Fairlawn residents appeal exorbitant electric bills

Anya Cohen Managing Editor The 12 students currently residing in the Fairlawn Apartments as participants of the Independent Senior Housing Option (ISHO) are petitioning the College after receiving electric bills in February and March that were more than double the cost of their electric bills from previous months. ISHO is a housing program that more […]

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