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Staff Editorial:

The Wooster Voice staff shares our view on the Party Monitor Policy’s effect on drinking A recurring topic of this semester has been the attempted introduction of party-space-limiting rules and the continued enforcement of vague and unclear party monitor policies. The reason for these policies is reportedly to put a stop to, or at least […]

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College staff members deserve support from students and administration

Ashanti Wallace From lackluster conditions in my house to a diminishing party scene thanks to the newly implemented party policy, my grievances with The College of Wooster seem to grow more and more every day. After three years at this institution, being instilled with the philosophy that independent minds must work together, I unfortunately am […]

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Pervasive rape culture on Wooster campus must be addressed

Cris Wildman Disclaimer: While the Voice strives to fact-check all of its content, it was impossible to confirm all of the details in this Viewpoint due to privacy laws that prevent College administrators from discussing individual judicial cases. We could confirm that this account aligns with general Judicial Board procedures, but the Family Educational Rights […]

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Female discrimination revisited

Jacob Caldwell I understand there to have been a surprising and bemusing number of negative responses to an article (and by proxy, the views expressed by many female and nonmale students) in the Sept. 12 edition of the Voice regarding the presence of microagressive misogyny in the handling of women’s contributions in the philosophy classroom. […]

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Is the College a safe place for everyone?

Hannah Jackson As diverse as this College is purported to be (and at many times is) there is still a rift between the treatment students receive and the treatment that we deserve. On Homecoming weekend, I was able to observe this gap. I watched as a first year who had been one in a sea […]

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Campus Council rep. voices frustration

Lillian Shepherd It’s frustrating to be a member of Campus Council right now. It’s disheartening that, although the official party monitor policy that we passed last year certainly needed revisions, it wasn’t nearly as problematic and confusing as the House Party Policy written by Campus Life. In spite of this, we were blamed over and […]

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