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Football dominates conference rival

“It feels good to win,” said Antonio Bailey ’19. The College of Wooster Football Team was far from a loss with a series of key plays made at crucial moments in a 41-16 blowout victory over Kenyon College on Saturday at John P. Papp Stadium. Last week, the Fighting Scots lost a tough battle, 34-24, […]

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Student groups discuss topics for upcoming meeting with trustees

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 4 for students to discuss the agenda for the Student Development Meeting with the Board of Trustees, which will take place on Oct. 19. The Student Development meeting is an opportunity for students to express concerns and ideas for the advancement of the College […]

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Alex Melchert ’20 Recovering from I-71 Rest Area Shooting

On Oct. 2, Alexander Merchert ’20 was shot at a rest-stop off of Interstate 71 in Delaware County, Ohio, approximately 60 miles south of campus. Melchert, who is from Neenah, Wis., was traveling back to Wooster from Columbus with a friend when he stopped at a rest stop in order to use the restroom. Upon […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

The Wooster Voice staff would like to wish you a very Happy Valentines Day!

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Memoirist and Emerita professor of English returns to campus

Professor Joanne Frye returns to Wooster, will give joint lecture with fellow memoirist Jane Lazarre   Retirement doesn’t stop most Wooster professors, many of whom retain strong ties to the College while pursuing works of academia and other profound interests. In the case of Joanne Frye, who left the College in 2009 but maintains the […]

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Spotlight on Circle K

Ian Benson Features Editor I think it’s safe to say Circle K does not get the respect they deserve. They are a hard-working bunch of individuals who are almost always planning a service project for the college or community, yet they often go ignored. “Circle K is the collegiate branch of Kiwanis International, an international […]

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