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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Nancy Grace, a professor of English retir ing after 31 years at the College,  What made you realize you wanted to be a journalist? I was 10, 11 or 12 and I grew up in a small […]

Spoon Market hosts College bands and performers

Ashley Ferguson Sports Editor Overlooking Liberty Street, the Excelsior Room’s romantic glass bulb string lights and lofty minimalist décor add class to musical acts whose well-developed sounds already far surpass the aesthetic of twinkle lights in a dingy college basement. Last Friday, the event hall above Spoon Market in downtown Wooster hosted four College of […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Helen Rooker ’18 is a stage manager for the theater department. She reflects on the impact of theater as a platform for social change. Sally Kershner Features Editor Why is theater your platform for social change? Primarily […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Margie Sosa, a sophomore political science major, balances her time spent as founder of the First-Generation Student Organization, member of Proyecto Latino, Senator At-Large for Student Government Association and coordinating events of social activism on Wooster’s campus. […]

4 Paws students decide to leave program

Sally Kershner Features Editor Following a change of policy for the application process for the organization 4 Paws for Ability, the student volunteers of the service program have decided to discontinue the program at The College of Wooster. This decision was concluded after Megan Zerrer ’18, the 4 Paws for Ability program coordinator, and other […]

College improving support for international students

Dr. Matthew Mariola led discussions on the major on Dec. 1 and 5 in Lowry Student Center (Photo by Saeed Husain). Robyn Newcomb Features Editor This academic year, The College of Wooster has accepted more international students than ever before, and as the spring semester comes to a close, several policies will be changed to […]

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Williams Hall previewed in open house

Brandon Bell News Editor On Thursday, April 26, tours of classrooms, offices and lab spaces within Ruth W. Williams Hall of Life Science were given by the Danforth Professor of Biology Dean Fraga and the Robert E. Wilson Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Mark Snider. The tours were part of a series of open houses […]

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A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Tristan Lopus ’18 and Meg Itoh ’18, the Editors in Chief of the Voice for the 2017-2018 school What are you most proud of having done or accomplished in your time with the Voice? M: I’d say […]

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International students cont.

-al students. Still, I do think there are areas for growth,” said Tanaka Chingonzo ’21, noting that even small details, such as a more flexible meal plan that would allow students to transfer their excess meal swipes to international students — who run out earlier if they need to stay on campus over breaks — […]

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Track and field preps for NCACs

Anna Hartig Staff Writer The College of Wooster women’s and men’s track and field teams traveled to Granville, Ohio last weekend for the Denison Invitational on April 27. Throughout the weekend events, a select few student-athletes continued to compete at the two-day North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Decathlon/Heptathlon held in Oberlin, Ohio on April 28-29. […]

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North Face campaign highlights importance of wage gap in sports

Recently, I was flipping through Time magazine when a cool North Face ad caught my eye. It shows Brazilian endurance runner Fernanda Maciel scaling the side of a mountain. While it always inspires me to see strong female athletes, this ad made me do a double take. Shown in black and white with black and […]

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