Archive | September, 2014

Female peers work together against sexism

Rachel Amoroso Before I delve into the main focus of this piece, I would like to briefly address my personal thoughts regarding The College of Wooster’s philosophy department. As a senior philosophy major who feels a deep loyalty to her area of study, I do not want there to be any ambiguity throughout this article […]

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Discrimination in question

Danielle Aviles and Rhishav Choudhury This is in response to a recent viewpoint related to female philosophy students being disrespected in the classroom. First off, we think it’s important to accept the reality that sexism remains pervasive in the world and demands significant attention in the public sphere if it is to be eroded and […]

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Independent minds not working together

Emilio Vargas “Independent Minds Working Together” is the philosophy ingrained in all those who occupy the College of Wooster. It is an ideology that Admissions, Campus Life and most of all, our beloved President Grant Cornwell, takes pride in. However, I would like to pose the question: How often do those who take pride in […]

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Dougie disappoints after dark

Ben Taylor The Party Monitor Policy has been commented and reported on by the Voice almost ad naseum. I recognize this, but I would still like to add to the mix a discussion on a very particular part of the policy that, as far as I know, has not been addressed to this point. Specifically, […]

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Volleyball falls to nationally-ranked Wittenberg

Megan Zerrer Contributing Writer The Wooster volleyball team lost to one of its toughest rivals, Wittenberg University, last Saturday. While the ladies were dealt a 3-0 setback, there were certainly some bright spots throughout the sets. The Scots were able to take their first lead of the match during the third set. Although the Tigers […]

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Goodell is no good for the NFL

Sheamus Dalton In a press conference concerning the Ray Rice situation last Friday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said, “I got it wrong on a number of levels.” Mr. Goodell, you most definitely did get it wrong. In recent weeks, the NFL has plunged into a domestic violence freefall. Five players are currently facing domestic violence […]

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