Archive | March, 2016

Why pay student-athletes who are already compensated?

Maha Rashid, a Contributing Writer for the Voice, can Should NCAA athletes get paid? This debate has been brewing in the college- sports community since the beginning of the media coverage of sports. As there are two sides to every coin, so there are two sides to this debate. Those who support paying athletes have […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Men’s lacrosse sticks it to JCU

Shelley Grostefon Contributing Writer On Saturday, Feb. 27, the Wooster men’s lacrosse team was able to persevere despite a late run by John Carroll University (JCU), winning the match between the two by a score of 12-11. The first half of the game was characterized by a “strong, consistent effort” from the Scots, according to […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Track and field has strong showing in heptathlon, pentathlon

Emma Woods Contributing Writer This past weekend, the men’s and women’s track and field team competed in the North Coast Athletic Championships Heptathlon and Pentathlon. Connor Maley ’17 competed in the heptathlon, while Hillary Coady ’16 and Carolyn Webster ’19 competed in the pentathlon. The heptathlon and pentathlon each consist of multiple events. The women’s […]

Read the full story

Posted in Sports0 Comments

Men’s basketball comes up short in NCAC tourney

Isabel Abarca Senior Sports Writer Battling through the past weekend, the Fighting Scots took on Hiram College last Friday in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) semifinal game and managed to win by a 13-point margin that moved them onto the finals the following day. On Saturday they faced off against Denison University in the […]

Read the full story

Posted in Online Only, Sports0 Comments

Reflecting on Peter Liang’s case of police brutality

Many people have probably heard about the issue of Peter Liang, a former New York City police officer, who also identifies as American-Chinese. He has been convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to up to 15 years in prison for shooting Akai Gurley, an African-American individual. I have no objection to Liang’s conviction because there is […]

Read the full story

Posted in Viewpoints0 Comments

Censoring the Lowry Art Wall

An article in last week’s The Wooster Voice reported that two panels of k(no)w’s Sex Week Art Wall display — one of which was an exhibit on the clitoris — were removed at the order of the Campus Life Office. This is a literal example of the concept of censoring and policing the female body, […]

Read the full story

Posted in Viewpoints0 Comments