Archive | October, 2016

InterVarsity imposes controversial policy

Ex-members react to new policy changes in WCF Caren Holmes Staff Writer InterVarsity Christian USA announced earlier this month that it will be imposing “involuntary terminations” of employees who support same-sex marriage, as reported by Time in an article published on Oct. 6. Lauren Greenberg sits as Wooster’s InterVarsity Coordinator and is also the advisor […]

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Division of Student Affairs outlines goals

Mackenzie Clark News Editor Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs Scott Brown has recently outlined the goals for the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) during the 2016- 2017 school year. The DSA’s first main goal is to both provide and enhance educational experiences for students. This includes partnering with APEX and Academic […]

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French film festival provides insight into French culture

Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor This fall, the College’s French and Francophone department will be hosting a film festival open to college students, faculty and the public. The French department has this opportunity largely with thanks to the Tournées Film Festival Grant, which the department received this past summer. The Tournées Film Festival Grant, sponsored by […]

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You’ll fall in love with these unbe-leaf-able autumn activities

Daniel Sweat Features Editor Well, it’s that time of year again. The leaves are changing, it’s getting cold (or at least it’s supposed to be) and you’re anxiously counting down the days until Thanksgiving Break. That’s right, it’s fall. Over here at The Wooster Voice, we’ve spent all last week carefully curating a list of […]

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Theatre & dance dept. brings modern twist to the traditions of The Crucible

Sally Kershner Features Editor It’s Halloween weekend here at the College, and campus is filled to the brim with spooky activities, cheap decorations from WalMart and pumpkin spice flavored everything — so it’s the best time of the year. As the leaves and GPA’s of students after midterms fall, the campus offers many opportunities to […]

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Music review: Taking a seat at the table with Solange

Josie Veal Contributing Writer Okay, so let’s get into this beautifully crafted work of art by Solange Knowles. Her new album, A Seat at the Table, is a strong representation of the simplicities, the complexities and the vulnerabilities of the intersections of being a black woman in America. The album not only sits in the […]

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