Archive | April, 2011


To the editors: Anyone glancing at the lead story in last week’s Voice could be forgiven for thinking that the College is planning to a) increase the size of the student body dramatically and b) build a new residence hall to accommodate that growth. (“Deliberation continues over new dorm,” April 22, 2011) Neither is the […]

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Wooster in Kenya program proves rewarding

By Ellie Lawrence, Staff Writer In my experience, the hardest part about returning from studying abroad is answering the question, “How was it?” You have to somehow encapsulate everything you’ve just experienced into a sentence. You could just say “great,” but usually, the person asking is looking for something a little more than that, but […]

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Lacrosse teams falter against tough conference opponents

The men’s lacrosse team (4-9, 1-3 NCAC) suffered two losses in a row last week, dropping games to both Wittenberg University (11-0, 4-0 NCAC) and Whittier College (4-6). Despite opening the game against No.13 Wittenberg with a closely contested first half, the Fighting Scots eventually fell to the Tigers 11-3. Joe Suliman ’11 led the […]

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Schools can’t comply with Title IX

Last Tuesday, The New York Times reported that many Div. I schools are misrepresenting the number of students participating in sports so they can comply with Title IX. Among the tactics is padding rosters of women’s teams with students who do not play a varsity collegiate sport.

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Obama collaborates with Facebook’s Zuckerberg

by Gina Christo, News Editor Last week President Barack Obama visited the offices of the social networking website Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, and Obama held a town hall-style meeting with the staff of Facebook. Starting with an anecdote, Obama launched into a brief retelling of a dinner party he attended in February […]

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LGBT Insight

By Sage Nenyue, Staff Writer One thing seems abundantly clear to me: LGBT students need administrative support on campus. While student-initiated groups are all well and good, at what point will LGBT students be able to depend on the administration to, for lack of a better phrase, have their backs? According to the Scot’s Key, […]

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