Viewpoints from the Editors

Not All Bagels are Created Equal Wootown bagels making an appearance at Boo Bears has changed my life for the better. However, there is a serious problem regarding the cross-contamination of sweet and savory flavors. Every Tuesday and Thursday, when my schedule is packed from hour to hour, I take a short break to grabContinue reading “Viewpoints from the Editors”

Oscar Nominations Announced! One GMDS Major’s Guide

Colin Tobin, Managing Editor The nominations for the 95th Academy Awards have recently been revealed, lending an opportunity to reflect on the many great films released over the last year. This year, the Daniels’ chaotic sophomore effort “Everything Everywhere All at Once” leads the pack with 11 nominations, followed by Netflix’s German-language adaptation of “AllContinue reading “Oscar Nominations Announced! One GMDS Major’s Guide”

Looking for Something to Do? A Defense of the Movie Night

Haley Huett, A&E Editor On Saturday nights, my best friends and I gather in my room for our self-described “Girls’ Night.” As night falls across campus, our double-feature begins. Armed with a $2.99 loaf of French bread from Drug Mart, whose quality and taste is frankly unparalleled, we are ready for our weekly ritual toContinue reading “Looking for Something to Do? A Defense of the Movie Night”

Swimming and Diving Dominate in Dual Meet

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer Wooster’s swimming and diving teams continued their dominant dual meet record as both the men’s and women’s teams defeated Hiram and Oberlin in commanding fashion last Saturday. The men downed Oberlin by a score of 131-121 and defeated Hiram 205-39. The women’s team followed suit with a 144-98 win overContinue reading “Swimming and Diving Dominate in Dual Meet”

Women’s Basketball Lose to First-Place DePauw

Peter Foulke, Sports Editor This Saturday, Jan. 28, the Wooster women’s basketball team faced off against the number one team in the NCAC, the DePauw University Tigers. The Fighting Scots were searching for their first conference win this season and their first win since Nov. 16. However, they ultimately fell short in their goal, losingContinue reading “Women’s Basketball Lose to First-Place DePauw”

Men’s Basketball Loses to Oberlin, Breaking 35-Year Streak

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer The Wooster Scots men’s basketball team lost last Saturday, Jan 28 to the Oberlin Yeomen ending a five-game win streak by the Scots, and serving up Wooster’s first loss in nearly three weeks. The Scots, who have historically dominated Oberlin, never found their mojo on Saturday, and struggled maintaining possession andContinue reading “Men’s Basketball Loses to Oberlin, Breaking 35-Year Streak”

Incoming President Sits Down With The Voice

Lark Pinney, Editor-in-Chief Samuel Boudreau, Editor-in-Chief Kaylee Liu, News Editor Gianna Hayes, News Editor This article has been edited and condensed for clarity. Lark Pinney: What have you enjoyed most about your time here so far today? Has there been anything surprising for you? President-Elect McCall: What I’ve enjoyed most is meeting people. I metContinue reading “Incoming President Sits Down With The Voice”

Channeling the Essence of Las Vegas in Wooster

Elizabeth Heatwole, Contributing Writer Providing Wooster students with friendly competition in the form of classic casino games, Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) presented Viva Las Vegas Casino Night this past weekend on Jan. 28. Hosted in Knowlton Commons, overlooking a campus softly illuminated by streetlamps, Casino Night provided an element of festivity to an otherwise routineContinue reading “Channeling the Essence of Las Vegas in Wooster”