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Junior I.S. art exhibit opens in Ebert Art Center

Katie Cameron A&E Editor On Sunday, May 8, the College of Wooster Art and Art History Departments will host a gallery show at Ebert Art Center featuring the work of the junior class art majors. The class of 2017 has six art majors: Foster Cheng, Emily Glickman, Cassidy Jester, Mariah Joyce, Abbey Partika and Theresa […]

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If you’re like me, you know that all good things must come to an end. Hell, even bad things must come to an end. Let’s keep it positive for now, though. Anyway, as you could have probably guessed, this is the last thing I’ll ever write for The Wooster Voice. I don’t know if anyone […]

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Drake’s new album is uncompromisingly mediocre

Robert Dinkins Contributing Writer What…The…Fuck…Drake?!?! With lyrics such as: “All these handouts, man it’s getting outta hand”; “Tipping scales, bars heavy like Triple XL/That can’t sit well” ; “You toyin’ with it like a Happy Meal?”; and my favorite, “I get green like Earth Day”. These are the lyrics that will have you scratching your […]

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Netflix original is both promising and disappointing

Robert Dinkins Contributing Writer One of my favorite activities is to browse through Netflix, especially the newly added shows section, and find the next show that will distract me from my homework. Imagine my surprise when I saw a new anime called Ajin Demi-Human that even had the Netflix original sticker on it, which is […]

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Don’t Throw Shoes announces final show, prepares for rebuilding

Mariah Joyce Editor-in-chief As the semester winds down, Don’t Throw Shoes is preparing for its final show of the year and looking towards its future. Shoes is The College of Wooster’s student improv comedy group. This year the group has been comprised of Nate Johnson ’16, Dana Stamos ’16, Michael Hatchett ’16, Ashkan Alikhani ’18, […]

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Shades of Gold records, releases single

Michael Hatchett A&E Editor While there are a good handful of a capella groups on campus, one of Wooster’s most recent additions will be expanding their reach beyond live performance. Shades of Gold, founded by Nariah Francis ’16 during her first year at the College, will be releasing a single and album in the coming […]

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