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K(no)w’s proposed Sex Ed Week logo rejected

Saeed Husain Chief Copy Editor At the beginning of this month, the proposed logo for “Sex Ed Week 2017” was rejected by Student Activities. As a result of the decision, the group was prevented from using the logo on all official promotional materials for the event. K(no)w is a student-run organization whose purpose is “to […]

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College community remembers Clayton Geib

Lexi Riley Staff Writer Clayton Geib ’18 occupied a revered place in the hearts of many on campus, rendering his sudden passing on Sun., Sept. 18 a shock. Classmates admired Clayton for his tenacity both on the field and in the classroom. He was known for his intelligence, kindness, warmth and the determination with which […]

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The Voice’s senior editors interview President Bolton

The Voice’s editors sit down with The College’s president to discuss her goals for the upcoming school year Tristan Lopus Editor-in-Chief This week, the Voice’s senior editors — Editors in Chief Meg Itoh ’18 and Tristan Lopus ’18 and Managing Editor Mackenzie Clark ’19 — sat down with President Sarah Bolton to take stock of […]

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International students voice concerns at meeting

Sally Kershner Features Editor On Mon., Sept. 18, international students and global nomads gathered in Babcock Formal Lounge to discuss concerns they had towards administration. The assembly was mediated by the International Students Association (ISA) board, the Campus Council Representative of ISA and International Student Services (ISS) staff. “The general assembly is formatted as a […]

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Changes to Title IX will not affect Wooster

DeVos expected to rescind 2011 Title IX guidance Waverly Hart News Editor On Sept. 7, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivered a speech in which she addressed the sexual harassment and assault policies on the campuses of America’s colleges and universities. DeVos shared her view that the current guidelines on campus sexual assault, created in […]

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Custodians will no longer clean program houses

Saeed Husain Staff Writer Students residing in program houses this semester at The College of Wooster arrived to the announcement that they will no longer receive the cleaning services provided by custodial staff in the past. The decision by the College has irked some students, who feel that they weren’t told of the change enough […]

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