Archive | January, 2016

Investigation of threats ongoing

Meg Itoh
News Editor

Investigation into the bomb threats received by the College on Dec. 7 is ongoing. 

According to Steve Glick, Director of Security and Protective Services (SPS), the Wooster Police Department (WPD)’s investigation of the bombthreats is proceeding with assistance from SPS as necessary. 

Card swipe to access academic buildings, which became required after the […]

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Students successfully demand divestment

Students led an effort to rid the College’s endowment of investments in for-profit prison companies, calling it a moral issue. The divestment occurred after talks with President Nugent and William Longbrake, Chair of the Board of Trustees. Stephen Lumetta News Editor
 On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Black Student Association (BSA) President Chadwick Smith ’17 […]

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New CWAM exhibit  examines self-representation,  truth 

Dani Gagnon Features Editor The College of Wooster Art Museum’s (CWAM) spring exhibition, “PICTURE YOURSELF: Selfies, Cellphones and the Digital Age,” delves into the history of selfies that delivered us to our current moment of the selfie stick. On Feb. 2 the exhibit opens, and on Feb. 3 CWAM will hold the opening reception with […]

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Welcome to Hell: A Review of The Revenant

Maddi O’Neill Editor-in-Chief No movie will make you more grateful for the existence of gloves than The Revenant. You might think that by 1823, the year in which The Revenant takes place, Americans would have mastered the technology behind gloves. But no one in the movie — not Hugh Glass (played by Leonardo DiCaprio and […]

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The New A&E Editor Recaps Her Winter Break

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Part 1: Born Ruffians My Winter Break started on Nov. 15, when my semester abroad in New Zealand ended. Realizing that two months was roughly a month and three weeks too long to spend at home, I broke up my trek back to Ohio with an extended layover in San Francisco […]

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Book & Game Pairings

Michael Hatchett, an A&E Editor for the Voice, can If you’re like me, you aren’t fancy. One thing that fancy people do is pair expensive wines with exotic foods. If you ever accidentally stumble into a high-end restaurant, a menu item may read something like “Seared Milksteak in Maple Glaze, pairs well with a glass […]

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