Racism, Antiracism and Woo: Jason Reynolds Visits Campus

Grace Pryor, Contributing Writer Last Thursday night, McGaw Chapel was filled to the brim with students, faculty and Wooster community members, all waiting to hear a No. 1 New York Times best-selling author speak. Jason Reynolds is the award-winning author of “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You,” which was the required reading for incoming first-year studentsContinue reading “Racism, Antiracism and Woo: Jason Reynolds Visits Campus”

Students Get “Turned On” to Safer Sex Practices

Gianna Hayes, Contributing Writer Many students showed up to the residential quad eager to receive a variety of goodies and learn more about sexual safety on and off-campus at Sex on the Quad last Friday, Sept. 23. Some tables at the event offered condoms and dental dams, while others offered pop-its and play-dough. The condomContinue reading “Students Get “Turned On” to Safer Sex Practices”

Scotlight: Features Editors

Can you introduce yourself?  Emilie: Hey! I am Emilie Eustace, a junior Psychology and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies double major. I use she/her pronouns. I am from Pioneer, OH.  Emma: Hi! My name is Emma Shinker. I use she/her pronouns and I am a junior English and History double major. I am from LewisContinue reading “Scotlight: Features Editors”

A Weekend That Never Disappoints: Black and Gold

Sara Wesolek, Contributing Writer Emilie Eustace, Features Editor The sun shone, bagpipes blared and a community gathered. This past weekend, the Wooster campus was full of alumni, parents and families during the annual Black and Gold Weekend festivities. This is always an incredible time for members of The College of Wooster community to gather togetherContinue reading “A Weekend That Never Disappoints: Black and Gold”

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”

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”

Scot Spirit Day Showcases the Campus Community

Emilie Eustace – Features Editor On Friday, Sept. 2, the Oak Grove was roaring with energy as Scot Spirit Day was heldfor the 2022-23 school year. Student leaders showcased over 120 organizations at the event through various displays, active member discussion, flyers, enticing handouts and performances in hopes to inform and recruit potential new members.Continue reading “Scot Spirit Day Showcases the Campus Community”

Hot Takes: What Students Think of New Lowry Student Center

Emma Shinker – Features Editor Last Saturday, The Wooster Voice sent a survey to the student body asking students toshare their experiences with the newly renovated Lowry Student Center and new diningcontractor, Creative Dining Services. Respondents were asked to rate 9 different aspects of the remodel and the switch in food services out of 5Continue reading “Hot Takes: What Students Think of New Lowry Student Center”