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For the record: our listening habits in the age of digital music

Justin Konyn Contributing Writer I often find that most of my music-listening is done through playlists. In a time of nearly instant gratification, playlists offer instant access to favorite songs, fitting whatever mood the day has created and best of all, anyone can create them. As far as playlists go, I totally get it: turns […]

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I’d like to thank the Academy (for another garbage awards show)

Nicklaus Wilcher Staff Writer A rift is growing in the United States. As of August last year, more than one in five households have cut the proverbially umbilical cable TV cord, and new giants (Netflix and the like) have risen in its place. This past Sunday’s Oscars had the lowest ratings in nine years, and […]

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Why Comics Are Important

Kito Ashbey, a Contributing Writer for the Voice, can be reached for com Some of my fondest childhood memories stem from comic strips. I’ll never forget coming home after a long day of school and turning to the back pages of the newspaper to see what wacky situation Beetle Bailey had gotten himself into or […]

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The Goliard presents: Womyn in Arts and All Things Feminine

Desi LaPoole Contributing Writer It’s March! Finally, springtime is right around the corner — as is my birthday (yes, please send me presents). March is also National Women’s Month, a month-long celebration of women’s accomplishments and contributions throughout history. This month is about discussing subjects such as the glass ceiling and women’s rights violations all […]

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Find love, uncertainty in spring play Almost, Maine

Waverly Hart Contributing Writer This weekend, curtains will go up on Almost, Maine, as 21 Wooster students perform the whimsical rom-com play at Freedlander Theatre. The play, written by award-winning actor John Cariani, centers around the residents of the fictional town of Almost. Divided up into nine interlocking love stories, Almost, Maine uses quaint techniques […]

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A sneak peek of Springfest 2017 at Bonnawoo

Desi LaPoole Contributing Writer It’s no secret that we are surrounded by many creative and talented people here at Wooster. There are so many poets, dancers, painters and, of course, musicians. Student artists explore many genres of music, from rap to EDM, and put time and effort into creating songs for us to enjoy. However, […]

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