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Scotlight: Rachel Lau

Rachel Lau ’19 talks about her dance and economics I.S. project and her journey as a choroegrapher and dancer. Please introduce yourself. My name is Rachel Lau, and I’m from Hong Kong. I’m a double major in economics and theatre & dance. I’m most active on campus with the C.O.W. Dance Company, but I’m also […]

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Wooster celebrates National Volunteer Week with WVN

Larissa Lamarca Contributing Writer In light of National Volunteer Week, the Wooster Volunteer Network (WVN) hosted an array of events including a service opportunity on Saturday, April 13. Every year since 1974, many communities dedicate a week to celebrate the people involved and the causes in need of support. This year Wooster hosted a Soup […]

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CreateHER Day 2019 celebrates female leadership

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer While Knowlton Commons is typically busy, bustling with students and professors alike chatting and grabbing coffee, the energy felt different this past Saturday, April 13. The Ruth W. Williams Hall of Life Science was transformed into a hub of empowerment, female leadership and multicolored pastel cotton candy — also known as […]

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Take Back the Night returns to protest sexual violence

Erika Purdy Contributing Writer Next Tuesday, April 23, the Wooster campus will host its annual Take Back the Night event. Take Back the Night is a national organization that aims to raise awareness around sexual assault and violence and provide survivors or allies with a place to share their stories. On the Wooster campus, Take […]

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Scotlight: Myra Praml

Myra Praml ’19 discusses her involvement in the campus community, her Independent Study and her plans for after Wooster. Could you tell us a little about yourself? I am Myra Praml, I am a senior, I am an anthropology major and an art history minor. What are you involved in on campus? I have been […]

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Student government orgs. fail to generate interest

The Voice speaks to members of SGA and CC following largely uncontested elections for 2019-2020 academic year Mackenzie Clark Editor in Chief With all of the emails, surveys and applications, it can be easy to lose track of what’s going on with Wooster’s student government as the groups transition from one year to the next. […]

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