Florida Man or Swag Like Ohio?

Naomi Zahid, Contributing Writer Picture this: raining almost everyday and mosquitoes everywhere, then suddenly, it’s 95 degrees Fahrenheit outside. That is a typical day in Florida. Even though I have only been here in Ohio for about three weeks now, I have grown a bit accustomed to what it is like to be somewhere whereContinue reading Florida Man or Swag Like Ohio?

Women’s Tennis Opens Season at Kenyon Invitational

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Wooster women’s tennis team traveled to Gambier, Ohio to partake in the Kenyon Invitational, where the newly-minted Kenyon Owls hosted eight teams from Ohio and beyond in a two-day tournament. Along with Wooster, Case Western Reserve, Carnegie Mellon, Denison, John Carroll, Otterbein, Oberlin and Indiana University of Pennsylvania metContinue reading “Women’s Tennis Opens Season at Kenyon Invitational”

The Royals After Elizabeth?

Gustav Bourdon, Contributing Writer At 18:41 London time, the official Twitter account of the United Kingdom’s Royal Family put out a simple message. It read, “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and the Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.” With that message, theContinue reading “The Royals After Elizabeth?”

The hottest scene: party on the green

Morgan Hunter, Contributing Writer The results are in: the boogie was back on campus and a bit more metal this year. Another semester means another opportunity for our campus community to attend an outdoor concert put on by the one and only Wooster Activities Crew (WAC). With fun and entertainment for every type of person,Continue reading “The hottest scene: party on the green”

Wooster Golf Sets Records and Receives Multiple Accolades

Miles Rochester, Sports Editor The women and men belonging to the College of Wooster’s golf program took to the road for a weekend invitational trip. The female Scots traveled to Lexington, Kentucky to participate in the Transylvania Fall Invitational, while their male counterparts stayed closer to home, commuting to Hinckley, Ohio to compete in theContinue reading “Wooster Golf Sets Records and Receives Multiple Accolades”

Scotlight: Gabby Gajdos ’23

Can you introduce yourself? Hi, my name is Gabby Gajdos. I use she/her pronouns, and I am a senior environmental studies major with a minor in music from Strongsville, Ohio. What made you choose to major in environmental studies? I’ve always struggled with figuring out what my passions were. There was always pressure on meContinue reading “Scotlight: Gabby Gajdos ’23”

Here comes the sun(flower): students share their artistic perspectives on Wooster’s feline mascot

Organized by Ellen McAllister, Creative Editor “A Sunflower in the breeze” Sam Solowiej ’25 A sunflower in the breeze Oh what joy a plant can bring Through pollen and beauty the world sees But our Sunflower has a distinctive ring You hear not a ruffle but bells in the breeze She scampers around like youContinue reading “Here comes the sun(flower): students share their artistic perspectives on Wooster’s feline mascot”

Campus-Wide Mask Mandate Reinstated

Holly Shaum, Staff Writer On the afternoon of Sept. 13, College of Wooster students, staff and faculty received an update regarding the campus’ COVID-19 policies. The latest policy change is a return to a campus-wide mask mandate for all indoor public spaces until Sept. 20, at which time health measures will be reassessed. This countersContinue reading “Campus-Wide Mask Mandate Reinstated”

Queen Elizabeth II and The College of Wooster

Staff Report On Sept. 8, 2022, Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor II passed away at the age of 96, surrounded by the Royal Family. To reflect on her legacy, the Voice looked through the archives to uncover past articles and stories regarding Her Majesty.  Voice Archives Dec. 12, 1952 Al Smith receives a letter backContinue reading “Queen Elizabeth II and The College of Wooster”

Black and Gold Weekend and local events guide for The College of Wooster community

Ethan Sieber, News Editor, and Colin Tobin, Managing Editor On The College of Wooster’s campus, the temperature is cooling down, the leaves are starting to turn and students are back to immersing themselves into their studies, which can only mean that Black and Gold weekend is right around the corner. The College’s annual alumni andContinue reading “Black and Gold Weekend and local events guide for The College of Wooster community”