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Gag Me: Fifty Shades Darker

It’s commonplace here at Wooster to complain about projects the school is undertaking as being a ‘waste of money.’ We understand these complaints. However, that’s not fair to the school. As a general rule, if even one person can find value in the slightest aspect of a purchase, then it could be argued that it’s […]

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Migos’ Culture album to change the culture of hip-hop for 2017

Waverly Hart Contributing Writer Dropped as a single on Oct. 28, “Bad and Boujee” gained immediate success, eventually climbing the charts to number one as listeners quoted its iconic opening line “Rain drop, drop top” and danced to its rhythmic beat and slick lyrics. With the momentum from this trapthem pushing them into the spotlight, […]

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Neil Gaiman’s ambitious Norse Mythology modernizes fables

Jared Berg Editor In Chief A beautifully and meticulously constructed collection of fantastical vignettes, Neil Gaiman’s latest work, Norse Mythology, provides satisfying and enthralling reading for both the casual and serious reader. Upon reading Norse Mythology, fans of Gaiman’s earlier works will revel in another masterful addition to his canon, and casual readers will enjoy […]

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Funnyhouse of a Negro, directed by Tashi Hutchins ’17

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Tonight, curtains go up on Funnyhouse of a Negro, Tashi Hutchins ’17’s directorial debut. The one-act play is part of Hutchins’ theatre and dance Independent Study. Written by African-American playwright Adrienne Kennedy in 1964 during the Black Arts Movement, the play is an absurdist examination of racial identity. Kennedy was one […]

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Anderson .Paak, Showing The Way

However you may feel about the Grammys, they guarantee at least one positive thing each year: a great live performance. This year, the highlight performance belongs to A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson .Paak, who gave us not only a standout performance, but also a reminder to resist the increasingly ludicrous political climate in which […]

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A history of the Artful Dodge, a Wooster production

Lily Iserson Chief Copy Editor During each Wooster summer session, a hidden gem of creative and artistic energy manifests in the creation of the Artful Dodge, an annual literary magazine based at The College of Wooster. While the latest issue was published last summer, the Voice’s A&E editors belatedly smelled an opportunity for recognizing the […]

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