Don’t Stress, Let WAC Plan Your Next Date Night!

Zach Perrier, Contributing Writer As Springfest planning looms over the second semester, Wooster Activities Crew (WAC) might feel like its hands are full, but before the organization turns the residential quad into a music venue, WAC finds itself running smaller events. This includes Paint Night Date Night, which was hosted in the Underground (UG) lastContinue reading “Don’t Stress, Let WAC Plan Your Next Date Night!”

Improve Your Writing Skills by Writing Valentines!

Alex Nathanson, Features Editor Enticed by the opportunity for self-expression and the scent of chocolates packaged in red and pink, a like-minded community finds itself within the confines of the studio. Scissors dance in their hands and transform ordinary paper into ornaments of devotion and joy, while rainbowed pencils attempt to ground indescribable elation intoContinue reading “Improve Your Writing Skills by Writing Valentines!”

Shamp Responds to Critics of Late-Night Dining

Gianna Hayes, News Editor Last week, the Voice fielded a survey to gauge the Wooster student community’s opinions on the upgraded Late Night Dining services. The majority of respondents took issue with the limited dietary options, the quality of food and the pricing. These responses were all appreciated, and prompted a further inquiry into theContinue reading “Shamp Responds to Critics of Late-Night Dining”

Digging the New Digs: Woo91 Up and Running with New Studio

Ryan Gretlein, Contributing Writer As the Student Center is finishing renovations, some organizations across campus are finding their new homes in the building. At the heart of this is the campus radio station, Woo91, which has recently reopened in the basement of the student center. With brand new equipment and a cozy new office, studentsContinue reading “Digging the New Digs: Woo91 Up and Running with New Studio”

Men’s Basketball Wins Tight Game over Rival Wittenberg

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer On the night of Feb. 4, Timken Gymnasium was rocking, and the Fighting Scots showed up. Wooster, who came into Saturday’s game leading the NCAC conference standings with a 10-2 record, entered play leading by just one game in the win column over Wabash College. The Scots bested Wittenberg University inContinue reading “Men’s Basketball Wins Tight Game over Rival Wittenberg”

Wooster Hosts Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The College of Wooster’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted the Northeast Ohio Special Olympics Regional Basketball Tournament on Jan. 28 and 29. This tournament was a massive undertaking, as the Scot Center was teeming with athletes, supporters and coaches vying for a chance to advance to the Ohio SpecialContinue reading “Wooster Hosts Annual Special Olympics Basketball Tournament”

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): What is it and How Can You Cope?

Zoë Jurkowski, S&E Editor As we approach the middle of spring semester, Wooster students must face the frequently cold and gloomy weather that is winter in Ohio. For some, it might even be your first winter. Bundling up for your 8 a.m. or trying to get enough vitamin D becomes increasingly difficult as the drearyContinue reading “Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): What is it and How Can You Cope?”

College Introduces its First Electric Vehicle to the Campus Fleet

Caroline Ward, S&E Editor Last fall, The College of Wooster introduced a novel vehicle to the campus fleet: an electric van. Although the first of its kind on the Wooster campus, this transition had been a long time coming according to Angila Tracy, COW Facilities Operations Manager. Tracy is in charge of updating and replacingContinue reading “College Introduces its First Electric Vehicle to the Campus Fleet”