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First generation students find community on campus Historical Preservation class seeks to preserve on-campus houses Evan White ’18 initiates The Free Tampon Collective Scots baseball cruises past Kenyon College in doubleheader An interview with the band COIN, tomorrow’s Springfest headliner
 

First generation students find community on campus

Sally Kershner Features Editor This semester, students have come together to form the First Generation Students Organization (FGSO), a group that aims to combat the issues and struggles of students who are the first in their family to attend college. On April 26, FGSO will host their first event in Babcock that will allow for […]

Historical Preservation class seeks to preserve on-campus houses

Lily Iserson Chief Copy Editor Every Wooster student is a temporary guest. Our dorms and houses hold our things, our schoolwork and all our good and bad decisions until we graduate: a stopping-point that never feels real enough. Over a period of time lengthier than our student tenure, dorms and residences too undergo the quiet […]

Evan White ’18 initiates The Free Tampon Collective

The goal of the petition is to provide free menstrual products in public bathrooms across campus Ryan Secard Contributing Writer Evan White ’18 has started the Free Tampon Collective, a petition started on change.org. The petition’s goal is “to provide tampons, free of charge, in central bathrooms on campus,” so that students who need menstrual […]

Scots baseball cruises past Kenyon College in doubleheader

Ben Blotner Contributing Writer The College of Wooster’s baseball team dominated the Lords of Kenyon College on Saturday, winning by scores of 15-1 and 18-6 at McCloskey Field. “I think the key for this weekend was the amount of offense we brought to the table,” said Tanner Kaplan ’19. “Our hitters were consistently squaring balls […]

An interview with the band COIN, tomorrow’s Springfest headliner

Katie Cameron A&E Editor Tomorrow, Wooster welcomes special guest COIN to campus as the headliner of Springfest, the College’s outdoor music festival hosted by Wooster Activities Crew. The Nashville-based band released a new album today titled How Will You Know If You Never Try, and The Wooster Voice got the chance to talk to band […]

Engage in cross-cultural dialogue

As we send off our annual International Education Week, we are again reminded of the existence of our diverse multicultural student body and amazed by the incredibly colorful display of cultures. Through a plethora of cultural and educational events that took place during the week, we celebrate international students’ contributions to the campus and provide […]

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Scotlight

A weekly inside look at the unique faces and personalities that make up The College of Wooster community. Sally Kershner Features Editor Tell us about your involvement at Wooster. In terms of school stuff, I’m very much all over the map. I really liked art and philosophy in high school, and those have carried over […]

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Africana studies professor wins women’s studies award for book proposal

Eleanor Linafelt Chief Copy Editor Nicosia Shakes, a professor of Africana studies who finished her Ph.D. at Brown University this past May, won the National Women’s Studies Association/University of Illinois Press (NWSA/UIP) First Book Prize this October. Her proposed book, “Gender, Race and Performance Space: Women’s Activism in Jamaican and South African Theatre,” is an […]

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Wellness Center holds sessions on healthy relationships

Interview by Robyn Newcomb ’20, a Features Editor for the Voice (Photo Struggling with maintaining or balancing a relationship in college? Piloting a new group session program this semester, The Wellness Peer Educators are hosting sessions on dating and relationships in college titled “Swipe Smart. Swipe Right: Dating and Relationships at Wooster.” “The peer educators […]

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Thanksgiving Songs

Much to the dismay of everyone with an end-of-the-semester deadline, November has come in full force. With the costumed revelry of Halloween behind us, many are left with a “Monster Mash”-shaped hole in their hearts that they too-quickly fill with sleigh bells and Christmas carols. Instead, we ought take the month to listen to and […]

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Media company 88rising gives agency to Asian youth artists

Meg Itoh Editor In Chief We might know 88rising primarily as a YouTube channel that releases music videos for Asian artists and creates videos involving Asian cultures. However, founder Sean Miyashiro describes it as a management and media production company. Basically, 88rising is a media brand representing and celebrating Asian culture — not the exotic […]

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