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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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QSU, QPoC strengthen ties while maintaining distinct roles

Eleanor Linafet A&E Editor Not only was The College of Wooster’s second annual LGBTQIA+ Pride Festival on Saturday, April 7 an event with helpful resources, fun activities and a remarkable performance by the poet Tim DuWhite, but it was also one at which the entire queer Wooster community was welcomed to come together in a […]

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of blacks is acceptable proof that something is wrong,” (Oct. 29, 1971). For Voice reporter Lorrie Sprague, the question of whether racism existed on the College’s campus seemed to be answered when boycotters flooded the field. As the black students presented their demands to the audience, white attendants of the homecoming game shouted, “get your […]

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Human Library Project debuts workshop with College community

Robert Dinkins Viewpoints Editor The Wooster Human Library Project had its first workshop event in Longbrake Commons on April 5. The Human Library Project is a small-group conversational workshop where every individual becomes a book regarding their background, experience and thoughts. The original model was created to stop hatred and discrimination, promote understanding and embrace […]

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Spring break service trip builds connections in rural West Virginia

Robyn Newcomb Features Editor From Saturday, March 10 to Friday, March 16, 28 members of the Wooster community — including students, faculty and hourly staff alike — spent six days in the small, rural town of Colcord, W. Va. for the ninth annual service trip to the community. With no phone service or Internet, 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 has comedy as a medium of art impacted you? It definitely has allowed me to express myself more. I see myself as a different person growing throughout college compared to before college, […]

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