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Listening is a valuable strategy

In today’s society, we see people turn against one another over anything and everything. Examples include religion, political preference, gender, favorite artists, favorite sports teams; you name it, someone probably has an opinion about it. At that point, we then turn against one another because not all of us think alike. Each group believes that […]

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Boosting consciousness is essential to discourse

When we are pressed into an uncomfortable or uncontrollable situation, there are numerous ways we can react to whom or what is pushing us out of our comfort zone. It is human nature to react to the situation immediately if we feel threatened, or if we’re just flat-out scared. If we have a little more […]

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International students cont.

-al students. Still, I do think there are areas for growth,” said Tanaka Chingonzo ’21, noting that even small details, such as a more flexible meal plan that would allow students to transfer their excess meal swipes to international students — who run out earlier if they need to stay on campus over breaks — […]

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Scotlight

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Tristan Lopus ’18 and Meg Itoh ’18, the Editors in Chief of the Voice for the 2017-2018 school What are you most proud of having done or accomplished in your time with the Voice? M: I’d say […]

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Self-driving cars are not a viable solution

A trend has begun to emerge in the field of transportation: self-driving cars. Auto manufacturers and Silicon Valley tech titans are pushing toward a future where vehicles use artificial intelligence to drive themselves. This future is being presented as one where congestion and accidents are a thing of the past. Through new technology, they argue, […]

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BOD cont.

on allyship and activism had less of a need for a house than groups such as the LARP club, who received one. “I’ve had people come here just to talk about what they’re going through because we have the house and we’re here for that,” said Giordano-Scott. “Since it’s not an open place like a […]

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