The Goliard’s Covers Brings the Party to The Underground

Haley Huett, A&E Editor This past Saturday, Jan. 21, the Goliard’s Covers returned to The Underground. The theme, Party Anthems, brought a unique edge to the event. Opening with Lips Inc.’s “Funkytown,” performed by Scots in Harmony and Artemis, the night was off to an energetic start.  The theme lended itself to an enthusiastic, participatoryContinue reading “The Goliard’s Covers Brings the Party to The Underground”

“Essential Matter” is the CWAM’s Newest Art Exhibit

Izzie Corely, Contributing Writer This spring, the College of Wooster Art Museum (CWAM) presents the opportunity to view an intriguing new exhibit, entitled “Essential Matter.” Representing a variety of mediums from four different artists, each piece in this collection reflects a specific awareness to the way the materials used to make a work of artContinue reading ““Essential Matter” is the CWAM’s Newest Art Exhibit”

BFFF: Best Furry Friend Forever

Martha My Dear Ellen McAllister ’24 My dog Martha, our cute quarantine pup It took my parents a while to say “yup” Annie kept sending pictures to group chat Until we finally found the one that We were allowed to visit and hold My sister hoped she wouldn’t be sold We walked in with aContinue reading “BFFF: Best Furry Friend Forever”

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”

Songs for a Sunday: Norah Jones’ “Come Away With Me”

Colin Schrein, A&E Editor Transport yourself to a Sunday morning as a kid. Maybe that means cleaning the house with mom, maybe that means cartoons and cereal. When I was growing up, my parents would always play music on Sunday mornings (at least that’s my perception now). On these mornings with my brothers and parents,Continue reading “Songs for a Sunday: Norah Jones’ “Come Away With Me””

“Missing Indigo” is an Independent Study turned rock album

Haley Huett, A&E Editor Robert Stark ’23, like many seniors at the College, is hard at work on his Independent Study. As a music composition major, Stark’s I.S. involves the creation of an original work, not dissimilar to his fellow students in the department. However, Stark’s I.S. departs from the usual route taken by manyContinue reading ““Missing Indigo” is an Independent Study turned rock album”

Fall into step at the Fall Dance Concert

Izzie Corley, Contributing Writer College of Wooster students who want a smorgasbord of all that the field of modern dance has to offer should look no further than this year’s Fall Dance Concert. This show will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 17, 18 and 19 at Freedlander Theater. The concert will be directedContinue reading “Fall into step at the Fall Dance Concert”

Lose her? I hardly know her! Drake and 21 Savage’s new album

Zach Napora, Contributing Writer Six years after their first collaboration “Sneakin’,” 21 Savage and Drake have linked up for a joint album. In “Her Loss,” Drake and 21 Savage fall into their natural roles while still sounding like they compete on every song. Drake takes the leading role on the album, as he contributed two-thirdsContinue reading “Lose her? I hardly know her! Drake and 21 Savage’s new album”