Archive | May, 2019

The Scene: Freshen up your phone with these apps

 As time progresses and Instagram and Snapchat get more annoying, I find myself attempting to find new ways to entertain myself. So, I have found myself enjoying three new apps lately, and I hope that maybe you can find some interest in them too.  First, I have grown a new love for podcasts. So, folks, […]

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Student athletes recognized at annual Scotties Awards

Samuel Casey News Editor On Monday, April 29, McGaw Chapel hosted the fourth annual Scotties — an award ceremony that seeks to recognize the accomplishments of both teams and individual athletes at The College of Wooster over the past year. The Scotties is planned and organized by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) with contributions from […]

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Scotlight: Coral Ciupak and Mackenzie Clark

Mackenzie Clark ’19 (left) and Coral Ciupak ’19 (right), Editors in Chief of The Wooster Voice, share their journey as students and editors here at The College of Wooster. Can you introduce yourselves? M: My name is Mackenzie Clark and I’m one of the Editors in Chief of The Wooster Voice. C: My name is […]

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Wooster tennis teams end seasons on a powerful note

Matt Olszewski Sports Editor The College of Wooster men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Indianapolis, Ind. last weekend, April 25, 26 and 27 to compete in the 2019 North Coast Atlantic Conference Championships. Both teams were seeded sixth going into the NCAC tournament and both ended up finishing higher than their original seed. Sarah […]

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Storytelling enhances the Wooster experience

My time at Wooster has been defined by a deep engagement with storytelling. As an art history and English double major, an editor with The Wooster Voice and as a citizen of this community, I have learned so much in the past four years through stories, their value and the voices which shape them.  As […]

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Campus Council commemorates 50th Anniversary

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer  “I came for the free Chipotle and left planning to run for office next year,” said one student to Robin Emmons ’19, a representative for Campus Council (CC). The student was referring to Campus Council’s 50th anniversary celebration, which was held this past Friday, April 26 in the CoRE. Approximately 75 […]

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