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See the world through another lens

ANGELA NEELY MADDIE PETERSEN So, as The Voice’s photo editors, we have no idea how to write an article. As we accept the realities of graduation, we’ve thought back on all our time at Wooster. We’ve made mistakes and learned a lot, but also had the best college experience we could have ever imagined. Here […]

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Appreciate every moment

ANYA COHEN Countless times throughout my four-year Wooster stint I’ve heard students whine some variation of the statement, “If these are the best four years of my life, shoot me now.” Heck, in the midst of mid-term exams and final essays, I’ve most certainly grumbled this same sentiment. When presentations and papers clutter your planner, […]

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Independent Minds, Departing Together

BROOKE SKIBA I had to give a speech at my high school graduation. I wanted to say something that would sum up my four years. Something that would make people laugh, make people think and leave a lasting impression on everyone who heard me speak that day. I ended up babbling on about swimming pools […]

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Wooster, imagine others complexly

WYATTSMITH It is a common stereotype that college students are a particularly ideological, uncompromising bunch. I don’t know whether this generalization is true overall, but my time at Wooster has provided me with plenty of anecdotal evidence in support of the theory. The clearest sign of an ideologue is the statement: “When you really think […]

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Ninety-four issues later

TRAVIS MARMON My first issue as a section editor on the Voice was Volume CXXX, Issue VI, which came out on October 15, 2010. If my calculations are correct, that means I have been a part of 95 issues of this newspaper. Whether or not that’s a record is hard to confirm — the Voice […]

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Tuesday: My favorite least-favorite day

IAN BENSON I have fallen in love at first sight precisely once in my life. I was 19. It was September 20, 2011. I’d spent the summer dealing with a bout of cancer, and I still carried my body like I was sick. I nervously ran hands through my short blue hair as I wandered […]

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