An Autumnal Abundance of Altars and Ancestors

Ellen McAllister, Creative Editor Altars and Ancestors, hosted by Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL) on Oct. 27, was a time for students of different religious backgrounds to share stories about their ancestors, religious beliefs and why altars are important to them. Students were invited to drink tea while they listened to the presenters and wereContinue reading “An Autumnal Abundance of Altars and Ancestors”

Wooster XC Surprises at Conference Championship Meet

Matthew McMorrough, Contributing Writer It was a cool, clear day in Wooster, as the Scots’ runners hit the L.C. Boles Golf Course ready to run on Saturday, Oct. 29. It was time for the Wooster-hosted NCAC Championships. “It is always a special occasion to host the conference meet at Wooster,” said Mihalis Protopapadakis ’25. “OurContinue reading “Wooster XC Surprises at Conference Championship Meet”

College recieves gift to hire a sustainability coordinator

Samuel Boudreau Editor in Chief This week, The College of Wooster received a financial gift to hire a sustainability coordinator, a major step in the College’s 2019 sustainability plan. “We are really excited to have recently received a gift to launch a Sustainability Coordinator position for our campus,” said Interim President Wayne Webster. “This isContinue reading College recieves gift to hire a sustainability coordinator

Field Hockey Ends Season With Impressive Road Win

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer The College of Wooster Fighting Scots women’s field hockey finished their season off last Saturday with a 1-0 win over Oberlin. The Scots, who lost their final home game of the season to Allegheny College on Oct. 26, finished their season on a high note with a victory on the road.Continue reading “Field Hockey Ends Season With Impressive Road Win”

Football Stages 26-Point Comeback Against Wittenberg

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots football team took on rivals Wittenberg on Saturday, Oct. 29 in a game that can only be described as absolutely riveting. Wooster’s offense struggled early on, mustering just three yards on their first drive and giving the Tigers favorable field position. Wittenberg struggled too, giving the ballContinue reading “Football Stages 26-Point Comeback Against Wittenberg”

Mark Gooch, College librarian, runs against Representative Scott Wiggam

Mark Gooch runs against incumbent Rep. Wiggam to repre- sent Wayne County in the Ohio House of Representatives Kaylee Liu, News Editor & Holly Shaum, Staff Writer With the midterm elections fast approaching, the Voice is spotlighting Wooster librarian Mark Gooch who is running to represent Wayne County in the Ohio State House, and incumbentContinue reading “Mark Gooch, College librarian, runs against Representative Scott Wiggam”

“Andor:” “Star Wars” dives into “serious” drama

Orion Bress, Contributing Writer Disney has recently released their newest “Star Wars” show, “Andor,” a spy thriller focusing on “Rogue One” character Cassian Andor as he joins the rebellion while observing the perspectives of both Empire loyalist bureaucrats and rebel leaders alike. What strikes me most about “Andor” is how different it is from theContinue reading ““Andor:” “Star Wars” dives into “serious” drama”

Buckle up! Arctic Monkeys releases “The Car”

Lark Pinney, Editor in Chief Lace up those Dr. Martens and dig out your American Apparel, because Arctic Monkeys are back. The English alternative rock band best known for their hit “Do I Wanna Know?” released their seventh studio album this October, titled “The Car.” This album follows 2018’s “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino,” aContinue reading “Buckle up! Arctic Monkeys releases “The Car””