Archive | February, 2016

Pragmatism suits the Cavs in Andersen Varejão farewell

Sheamus Dalton, a Sports Editor for the Voice, can The NBA trade deadline usually means mayhem. Players go here and players go there as teams reinvent themselves in an effort to make a push for the playoffs. I have never worked in the front office of an NBA team but I can imagine that the […]

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Slam-dunk finish to regular season

Ben Taylor Sports Editor The Fighting Scots men’s basketball team defeated Oberlin College 97-56 to tie Ohio Wesleyan University for first place during the NCAC regular season on Saturday. According to Woosterathletics.com, this is the first regular-season tie since 1992-93. Wooster finishes the regular season 19-6 overall and 15-3 in conference. While the contest was […]

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Men’s and women’s tennis teams prepare for upcoming season

Shelley Grostefon Contributing Writer Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams are looking forward to a promising 2016 spring season. Last year the men’s team held a record of .500 under the leadership of their new coach, Zachary Hasenyager. This season, Hasenyager hopes that his team will improve to a winning record, believing that the […]

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Lax teams set high standards, hopes for upcoming season

Emma Woods Contributing Writer This weekend kicked off the men’s lacrosse season. The Scots played in Detroit against Albion College and won 14-10. This was a great opener for what looks to be an exciting season for the Scots. They lost a lot of key seniors after last season such as leading scorer Tom Herold […]

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In the face of religious faith, there is virtue in doubt

Disclaimer: I do not mean to offend anyone personally. I would be guilty, and quite rightly so, if someone claimed I offended an idea they had, but that doesn’t bother me. Questioning what we know or claim to know has always been the foundation of intellectual progress, and if you question any of my ideas, […]

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Kasich’s anti-Planned Parenthood bill shows he’s not truly moderate

Throughout much of his presidential campaign, Ohio Governor John Kasich has been labeled a moderate alternative to both hardline conservatives Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz and to the chaotic, hatemongering Donald Trump. Following a dismal fifth place finish in the South Carolina primary, this moderate image dramatically shifted on Sunday when Kasich signed Ohio House […]

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