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Budget allocations released for the 2016-17 school year A bigger and better space for Spoon Market Shades of Gold records, releases single Frisbee teams compete at sectionals Acclaimed comedian Chris Gethard to perform on campus
 

Budget allocations released for the 2016-17 school year

The College of Wooster’s ice hockey team, BSA and WAC were among the student groups that received the most funds. Maddi O’Neill Editor in Chief The Allocation Committee released the 2016-17 distribution of the Student Activity Fee Monday, through an email from Assistant Director of Campus Life Rachel Messenger. Campus Council (CC) approved the recommended […]

A bigger and better space for Spoon Market

Dani Gagnon Features Editor Ever since word got out that Spoon was moving, the Wooster community has been looking forward to the grand reveal of their favorite sandwich shop’s new and improved location. Now that the opening date is nearly here, friends have been comparing what they’ve heard concerning the opening date, trying to identify […]

Shades of Gold records, releases single

Michael Hatchett A&E Editor While there are a good handful of a capella groups on campus, one of Wooster’s most recent additions will be expanding their reach beyond live performance. Shades of Gold, founded by Nariah Francis ’16 during her first year at the College, will be releasing a single and album in the coming […]

Frisbee teams compete at sectionals

Isabel Abarca Senior Sports Writer The women’s and men’s ultimate frisbee teams faced off at sectionals two weekends ago, putting an end to regular-season competition. The men’s team, RamJam, placed fifth out of the nine teams and advanced to regionals, which take place this weekend at Oberlin College. Betty Gone Wild, the women’s team, fell […]

Acclaimed comedian Chris Gethard to perform on campus

Dani Gagnon Features Editor If you read the Voice or at least the A&E section or have ears on campus you might have heard Michael Hatchett ’16 screaming for the 15th time on any given day that Chris Gethard is coming to The College of Wooster this Saturday, April 23. Gethard is a comedian, actor […]

Frisbee teams compete at sectionals

Isabel Abarca Senior Sports Writer The women’s and men’s ultimate frisbee teams faced off at sectionals two weekends ago, putting an end to regular-season competition. The men’s team, RamJam, placed fifth out of the nine teams and advanced to regionals, which take place this weekend at Oberlin College. Betty Gone Wild, the women’s team, fell […]

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Women’s lacrosse snags a win with strong second half

Emma Woods Staff Writer The women’s varsity lacrosse team is almost done with its regular season and is fighting for a postseason spot. Its record is 10-4 overall but 3-3 in conference, making every game an important one if they want to secure their playoff spot. The Scots had an away game this weekend against […]

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Hilary Coady leaves a legacy in her tracks, her competitors in the dust

Shelley Grostefon Staff Writer This year, the Wooster women’s track and field team has a graduating class of several incredibly valuable seniors whose contributions to the team will be missed next year. Hilary Coady ’16 is among this group of distinctive individuals who are leaving the College with years of experience benefitting the track and […]

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Cicadas rise after 17-year slumber

Brandon Bell Contributing Writer It’s spring, and that means seniors will soon walk into the Oak Grove to a crowd of well-wishing advisors, families and friends at Commencement. But a less welcome guest might outnumber them all. This spring is expected to be the year in which the cicada population in Ohio and West Virginia […]

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Donate books tobenefit the incarcerated

Theresa Dunne Features Editor Book sales are a staple of the end of the school year. From first-semester textbooks still floating around to the hand-picked recommended reads from some English major, many students find that they do not want to lug these books home when packing up their dorm rooms for the summer. In addition […]

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A bigger and better space for Spoon Market

Dani Gagnon Features Editor Ever since word got out that Spoon was moving, the Wooster community has been looking forward to the grand reveal of their favorite sandwich shop’s new and improved location. Now that the opening date is nearly here, friends have been comparing what they’ve heard concerning the opening date, trying to identify […]

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