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The Wooster Scot Band welcomes new leadership

 Megan Tuennerman A&E Editor As Wooster students, when we think of kilts, many of us immediately think of the marching band. A unique and historical group on campus, the marching band holds many traditions. But it is also moving into a new era. This year the band has three new faculty leaders – Joel Graham […]

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The College says Yes to Education

Case Van Stolk Contributing Writer Starting in West Philadelphia, expanding into Hartford, then Cambridge Mass., Harlem N.Y., Syracuse N.Y., Guilford N.C. and now Cleveland, the national nonprofit Say Yes to Education (Say Yes) has given more than 130,000 disadvantaged children a chance at receiving affordable postsecondary education. On Friday, Jan. 18, The College of Wooster […]

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Shuffle in Student Life, Piper goes to Galpin

Grace Montgomery Contributing Writer Darlene Piper, the administrative coordinator for Lowry Center and Student Activities, will be leaving her position and transitioning into a newly created job in the Office of the President. Piper will serve as the campus scheduler, where she will look at how to make using spaces for on campus events easier. […]

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Scots split against DII Westminster in home meet

Ben Blotner Senior Sports Writer The College of Wooster women’s swimming and diving team cruised to a 202-92 victory over Westminster College (DII) while the men’s team came up short by a score of 172.5-125.5, leading to a split in the Saturday, Oct. 10 dual meet.  “We knew Westminster was going to present us with […]

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Students present issues in front of Board of Trustees

Waverly Hart Managing Editor On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the Board of Trustees held their biannual Student Development Meeting in which student representatives from 14 different campus groups presented updates and concerns to Board members. “Our goal is to gain context about the College and to understand student perspective,” said Jamie Christensen, a trustee, at the […]

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Why Comics Are Important

Kito Ashbey, a Contributing Writer for the Voice, can be reached for com Some of my fondest childhood memories stem from comic strips. I’ll never forget coming home after a long day of school and turning to the back pages of the newspaper to see what wacky situation Beetle Bailey had gotten himself into or […]

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