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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Sally Kershner Features Editor Tell us about your involvement at Wooster. In terms of school stuff, I’m very much all over the map. I really liked art and philosophy in high school, and those have carried over […]

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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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Africana studies professor wins women’s studies award for book proposal

Eleanor Linafelt Chief Copy Editor Nicosia Shakes, a professor of Africana studies who finished her Ph.D. at Brown University this past May, won the National Women’s Studies Association/University of Illinois Press (NWSA/UIP) First Book Prize this October. Her proposed book, “Gender, Race and Performance Space: Women’s Activism in Jamaican and South African Theatre,” is an […]

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Volunteers help “rake a difference” in Wooster community

Interview by Sally Kershner ’19, a Features Editor for the Voice (Photo On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN) hosted its annual volunteer program Rake-a-Difference in Wooster, Ohio. Creating a way for students to volunteer and connect with the community, WVN hosts Rake-a-Difference so that students get to know the residents of Wooster […]

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New downtown restaurant Gouda guarantees a good time

André Baronov Digital Editor I want you to close your eyes for a second. What do you see? If you answered cheese, then this review is for you. Before I begin my review, I would like to preface that I knew well before I accepted the job of a journalist that the reports would lead […]

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English professor’s research published by Oxford University Press

Mackenzie Clark Managing Editor John Levi Barnard, assistant professor of English at The College of Wooster, recently had his book, “Empire of Ruin: Black Classicism and American Imperial Culture,” published by the Oxford University Press. Barnard’s research interests include American literature, African American literature and culture and environmental humanities. He received his bachelor’s degree from […]

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