The College of Wooster's student-run newspaper since 1883.

About Us

The Wooster Voice is a student-run publication. It has existed in one form or another since 1883, making it one of the oldest student newspapers in America.

We have two editors-in-chief every year, and some years we have a managing editor. Our editorial board, which is hired by the editors-in-chief, consists of the section editors — there are usually two editors per section (News, Viewpoints, Features, A&E, Sports). We meet Thursdays to decide on story lists, produce stories over the weekend, and then lay out the newspaper on Tuesday nights starting at 4 p.m..

Our faculty advisors are Jeff Roche, professor of history and Matt Krain, professor of political science.

We work to serve the campus community by providing news and human interest stories about the campus and the larger community. If you’d like to suggest ways we can accomplish that goal more effectively, please email the editors-in-chief, Emilie Eustace ( and Tyler Rak ( Thank you for your interest in The Wooster Voice.