Archive | March, 2016

New evidence of arson found, incidents of theft increase

Stephen Lumetta News Editor Security and Protective Services (SPS) has recently dealt with several small incidents, including a fire in a trash can in Ebert Art Center and thefts from cars. The fire in Ebert took place on Feb. 18 at around 3:30 p.m. “Paper towels were set on fire and dropped/thrown onto the floor […]

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BWO renewed, revitalized after 10 years

Ashanti Wallace Viewpoints Editor After an almost 10-year hiatus, the Black Women’s Organization (BWO) is active once again. BWO will kick off its conference entitled “Connecting Our Minds, Liberating Our Souls and Breaking Our Chains” tonight. Originally founded in 1977, BWO is a politically based organization that fosters leadership within black women on campus. The […]

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As I.S. Monday looms, seniors work to be ready

As of press time on Tuesday, nine I.S. projects had been submitted. But with I.S. Monday less than a month away, more will be coming in. Maddi O’Neill Editor in Chief With Spring Break and I.S. Monday less than a month away, seniors are starting to feel the heat. Although the last I.S. doesn’t need […]

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Small houses to be repaired by next fall

Some houses allowed to host events after meeting with Res Life Meg Itoh News Editor Residence Life has restricted small house events over the past two weeks, citing safety concerns. According to Doug Laditka, associate vice president of Facilities Management & Development, multiple teams of contractors and the College’s in-house carpentry shop are currently working […]

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WGSS week takes on Wikipedia

Theresa Dunne Features Editor To kick-off WGSS week, The College of Wooster’s women’s, gender and sexuality studies program hosted a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon in the CoRE last Monday. At the event, students helped create and edit Wikipedia pages on WGSS-related entries that they felt lacked existing information on the website or deserved a more substantial entry. […]

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Seniors propose drinks to pair with their I.S. topics

This is the last issue of the Voice seniors can read while still in the throes of I.S., and the capstone project is very much on seniors’ minds. Below, in their own words, are the topics students have spent three-fourths of the school year on , as well as a drink of choice to pair […]

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