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Global and International Studies Department hosts conference

Ellie Kahn Contributing Writer This coming Saturday, April 22, the Global and International Studies Department (GIS) at the College will host the 3rd annual Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) Undergraduate International Studies Research Conference. The conference is an installment in a series called “Challenging Borders,” which is a collaboration between The College of Wooster and […]

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First generation students find community on campus

Sally Kershner Features Editor This semester, students have come together to form the First Generation Students Organization (FGSO), a group that aims to combat the issues and struggles of students who are the first in their family to attend college. On April 26, FGSO will host their first event in Babcock that will allow for […]

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Suggestions to spice up your spring

Daniel Sweat Features Editor Well well well, it’s that time of year again. The birds are coming to roost, there’s some flowers and it’s getting a little hotter. There’s a song in the air and a song in our hearts, over here at The Wooster Voice. We know more than anyone, it can be hard […]

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Hiroshi Motomura, accomplished legal scholar, to visit Wooster

Lily Iserson Chief Copy Editor The 20th Bell Distinguished Lectureship in Law will take place Monday, April 17 and will feature a talk by Doctor Hiroshi Motomura. Motomura, a law professor at the University of California in Los Angeles, will present a lecture titled “Migrants, Refugees and Citizens: Some Hard Questions for Immigration Policy.” Among […]

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Recipe of the week: Grilled cheese

Sally Kershner Features Editor As college students, we often can’t get through our day without using our laptop, cell phones or tablets for homework, memes or writing “Happy Birthday!!!” on some distant Facebook friend’s wall. Now you’re thinking to yourself, “What are the ecological consequences of memes?” If you’re like me, you use Google for […]

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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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