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Lawrence Wills to give lecture

Anna Hartig Contributing Writer It’s that time again: election time, that time when politicians try to persuade you to vote for them with soaring visions of the future or dystopian visions of the future. No matter what some of the candidates for various offices say, an important set of issues this election is environmental issues. […]

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Geology department awarded grant

Sally Kershner Features Editor The College of Wooster geology department has been awarded a grant from the Keck Geology Consortium that will fund a five-week long research trip this summer. Nine students will be selected to take part in this research trip that will travel to Alaska and Utah. Along with the nine students, associate […]

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These doggone 4Paws pups are paws-itively delightful

Daniel Sweat Features Editor If you’re like me, you’ve probably seen these doggos with colorful vests wandering around the campus or hanging out in your classes. You’ve probably thought to yourself, “Wow, I wish I could learn more about those majestic beasts.” Well, now you can. Over here at The Wooster Voice, we’re dedicated to […]

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Wooster Seniors approach certain, academic doom

Daniel Sweat Features Editor Well, it’s that time of year again. Spring Break is right around the corner, the weather’s starting to heat up and the Senior I.S. deadline looms in the not-so-distant future. If you’re a senior and you haven’t already turned in your thesis, you’re probably spending a lot of time at your […]

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Corner House residents volunteer with Cornerstone youth

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer About once a week, each member of Corner House, a program house at The College of Wooster, travels to volunteer at the nearby Cornerstone Elementary School. Comprised of 16 students ranging in age from sophomores to seniors, with five being abroad each semester, the students who live in Corner House look […]

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Wooster themed Instagram accounts become niche trend

Sally Kershner Features Editor As a liberal arts institution, sometimes Wooster can get a little carried away with emphasizing “arts” in that title. That’s not to say that Wooster students don’t care for math and natural sciences, but with the influx of College of Wooster-themed Instagram accounts, the student body obviously is leaning towards creative […]

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