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Meet your (grade) makers: a profile of professors

The Voice sent out questions to a number of new and returning faculty members asking them questions about their research and the classes they teach. The following are the answers they gave.   Returning Professors:   What classes do you teach at the College and what is your favorite class to teach? Theodor Duda, Prof. […]

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College installs security cameras, phone towers The Voice recaps the installation of new cameras on Beall

James May Senior Writer The College of Wooster installed three new security cameras along Beall Avenue this summer in an attempt to curtail a long history of harassment along that street. The cameras sit at the north and south ends of campus and the Lowry crosswalk. The project, taken up last spring, came about at […]

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Housing challenges force Security move

Madeleine O’Neill News Editor At the end of last semester, roughly 140 students left campus without any guess as to where they might live during the 2013-14 school year. The Residence Life office spent much of this past summer dealing with what amounted to a perfect storm of housing problems: the relatively small 2013 senior […]

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Put Yourself in My Chair: Students advocate for disability awareness

Tanvi Sood Staff Writer A group of students independent of organizations, put together an event to raise campus awareness about people with disabilities. “Put Yourself in My Chair” was a wheelchair obstacle course organized at Lowry Circle on April 17th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event grabbed the attention of students, faculty and […]

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Confronting Our Identities

Every time I step into an art gallery, I feel a desperate urge to find the energy and meaning of the work displayed by an artist. Yes, the artist’s didactic helps explain the concept of what the artist had in mind when building the exhibition. But truly superior art exhibitions have a distinct layout that […]

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“Enemy of the nation” killed in firefight

by Ramsey Kincannon, Staff Writer America experienced a historical moment late Sunday nights when Al Queda leader Osama Bin Laden was shot and killed by U.S. forces in Abbatabad, Pakistan. The announcement took place eight years after George W. Bush declared that the American mission in Iraq and Afghanistan was “accomplished,” and almost 10 years […]

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