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QPoC, MOH host campus discussion with activist Kai M. Green

Robyn Newcomb Features Editor On Thursday, Nov. 30, student groups Men of Harambee (MOH) and Queer People of Color (QPoC) brought activist Kai M. Green to Gault Schoolhouse for an engaging talk about black feminism and the multifaceted experiences of marginalized identities in America. Green — an activist, writer, poet, filmmaker and professor of women’s, […]

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Wooster alum selected for prestigous Mitchell Scholarship

Coral Ciupak Viewpoints Editor James May ’16 has recently been awarded the George J. Mitchell Scholarship for his studies in music production and performance. The Mitchell Scholarship is annually awarded to just 12 individuals who demonstrate scholarship, leadership and a sustained commitment to community and public service. Recipients are endowed tuition, accommodations and a stipend […]

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Student groups collaborate to fundraise for Puerto Rico relief

Mackenzie Clark Managing Editor As a member of a community as small as The College of Wooster, it can be easy to feel powerless in the face of global tragedies. Recently, though, sorority Zeta Phi Gamma, Proyecto Latino and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) came together to show the importance of collaboration and […]

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Members of Moot Court Team advance to National Tournament

Laura Haley Staff Writer Recently, the College’s Moot Court team participated in The American Moot Court Associations’ official Midwest Regional Tournament held on Nov. 17 and 18 on campus. The tournament set-up consisted of three preliminary rounds on Friday followed by four elimination rounds the next day. “My partner and I competed in the Wooster […]

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Scotlight

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Sally Kershner Features Editor How different is it living in Wooster compared to your time abroad in Italy? What has surprised you the most about Wooster? I’m originally from San Francisco, went to graduate school in Charlottesville, […]

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Wellness Center holds sessions on healthy relationships

Interview by Robyn Newcomb ’20, a Features Editor for the Voice (Photo Struggling with maintaining or balancing a relationship in college? Piloting a new group session program this semester, The Wellness Peer Educators are hosting sessions on dating and relationships in college titled “Swipe Smart. Swipe Right: Dating and Relationships at Wooster.” “The peer educators […]

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