Archive | March, 2012

Memoirist and Emerita professor of English returns to campus

Professor Joanne Frye returns to Wooster, will give joint lecture with fellow memoirist Jane Lazarre   Retirement doesn’t stop most Wooster professors, many of whom retain strong ties to the College while pursuing works of academia and other profound interests. In the case of Joanne Frye, who left the College in 2009 but maintains the […]

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Officials publish updated Scot’s Key

Administration corrects last week’s statements regarding the alcohol policy Kris Fronzak Editor in Chief As of late, there has been a fair amount of confusion regarding changes to the College’s Alcohol Policy. Up until this week, the Voice heard several conflicting opinions from Resident Assistants, the Office of Residence Life and members of the administration. […]

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Men’s basketball wins 14th NCAC Tournament

Travis Marmon Sports Editor The Wooster Men’s basketball team won its fourth consecutive NCAC Tournament Championship last weekend in Springfield, Ohio, defeating Ohio Wesleyan University on Friday in the semifinal and Denison University on Saturday in the final. On Friday, the second-seeded Scots (24-4, 12-4 NCAC) took on the third-seeded Battling Bishops (20-7, 11-5) in […]

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Student stories from around the world

Adam Levin ’14 and Peggy Olson ’14 share their experiences while studying abroad Adam Levin   Contributor This semester I am studying abroad in Córdoba, Spain. When we first arrived, we spent 10 days traveling to Madrid, Barcelona and Salamanca, among other cities, however, the most interesting city was Córdoba itself. History is palpable in […]

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“Reign of Terror” bells ringing out of tune

Matt Taylor Staff Writer I remember when I first heard Sleigh Bells’ 2010 single “Crown on the Ground.” After a suggestion from a friend, I decided to check them out, a duo from Florida and New York who combined metal and electronic pop influences. I was in no way prepared for what I was about […]

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My favorite album: “Born to Run”

Ian Benson Features Editor Sometimes, it still comes as a surprise to me that my favorite album is “Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen and the E. Street Band. After all, it’s been my favorite album since I was at least 15, probably even longer. But despite all of the changes to my taste and […]

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