Strategic Planning and Priorities Advisory Committee prepares for Academic Program Review

Tyler Rak, Chief Copy Editor/Business Manager As the fall semester winds to a close, campus community members are growing increasingly concerned about the alleged budget deficit faced by The College of Wooster. The Board of Trustees and Interim President Wayne Webster announced earlier this year that Wooster is facing an estimated $6.1 million budget deficit.Continue reading “Strategic Planning and Priorities Advisory Committee prepares for Academic Program Review”

Arts and Entertainment Presents: 2022 Wooster Wrapped

Haley Huett, A&E Editor On Wednesday, Nov. 30, Spotify released its annual “Spotify Wrapped.” Plenty of Wooster students flocked to their Instagram stories and Snapchats, eagerly sharing their results with the world. But what were students listening to? Surveying Spotify and Apple Music users alike, the Wooster Voice collected students’ top songs, albums, artists, andContinue reading “Arts and Entertainment Presents: 2022 Wooster Wrapped”

Cleveland Museum of Art: A Look into the Pre-Columbian Period

Nathan Budge, Contributing Writer I am grateful to have visited the Cleveland Museum of Art many times in my life. Growing up in the Cleveland area made it very accessible to my family and me. I have seen works of art again and again, and I see them differently each time. The museum is anContinue reading “Cleveland Museum of Art: A Look into the Pre-Columbian Period”

College adjusts staff health insurance and sets sight on student meal plans

Samuel Boudreau, Editor in Chief On Nov. 30, Marjorie Shamp, Director of Campus Dining & Conference Services, and Jason Stevenson, Executive Chef of Creative Dining Services (CDS), held a Campus Dining Listening Session for students to share their concerns regarding food and dining at the College. Four students attended the meeting, one of whom wasContinue reading “College adjusts staff health insurance and sets sight on student meal plans”

Try Something New: The Great Vodka Red Bull

Everytime my best friend and I walk into our local Irish pub, we are greeted with cries of “Vodka Red Bull!” It’s unclear whether they know our names, or simply know us by our signature drink that we order one, two, three, four times a night. Amongst the crowd in the downtown where I’m from,Continue reading “Try Something New: The Great Vodka Red Bull”

Students perform at Culture Show

Grace Pryor, Contributing Writer Last Saturday evening, Nov. 11, the atmosphere at the 2022 International Education Week Culture Show was raucous and excited. McGaw Chapel, where the event was held from 6 to 8 p.m., was filled nearly to the brim, its benches packed with students ready to cheer on their friends and classmates andContinue reading “Students perform at Culture Show”

Women’s Basketball Falls in Second Game of the Season

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer On Nov. 10, the Fighting Scots women’s basketball team traveled to Bluffton University to take on the Beavers in a Saturday night showdown. Wooster looked to notch their first win of the season after falling to Franscisan University in the season opener. The game would serve as Bluffton’s season opener,Continue reading “Women’s Basketball Falls in Second Game of the Season”

Wooster Orbits Oberlin by Overcoming Obstacles

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots football team played their final game of the season last Saturday. A 56-13 drubbing of the Oberlin Yeomen capped off a successful 2022 season for Wooster. The win cemented the Scots’ final record at 6-4 overall and 5-4 in conference play, continuing a streak of three consecutive seasonsContinue reading “Wooster Orbits Oberlin by Overcoming Obstacles”