Incoming President Answers Questions from Community

Kaylee Liu, News Editor After the 12th President Sarah Bolton left the College, Wooster has been searching for a new president to take over responsibilities from Interim President Wayne Webster. While searching for a new president, the College prioritized finding someone who would preserve Wooster traditions while strengthening the College financially and operationally through sharedContinue reading “Incoming President Answers Questions from Community”

Martin Luther King Day Commemorates His Legacy

Speakers highlight “the fierce urgency of now” and urge students to take action Gianna Hayes News Editor Last week, the College of Wooster celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and remembered the lasting impact he had in the Civil Rights movement as well as in individuals, especially those struggling to find their voice. Leading upContinue reading “Martin Luther King Day Commemorates His Legacy”

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”

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”

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”

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”

Monthly Campus Climate Report for October Released

The campus climate report reflects real dangers facing students Kaylee Liu, News Editor On Thursday, Nov. 3, the October 2022 campus climate report published by the Title IX Office was released. The campus climate report is a monthly report recording the number of student incidents involving sexual misconduct, bias, alcohol and drug incidents and otherContinue reading “Monthly Campus Climate Report for October Released”

Wooster Adoptee Student Union holds First Meeting

Samuel Boudreau, Editor in Chief Growing up in the predominantly white farming community of Meadville, Pa., Maud Bulman ’23, an adoptee born in China, was identified by many as a person with one identity. “Growing up, I lived in a very white, rural community,” said Bulman, “so I was always labeled as a ‘Chinese-girl’ forContinue reading “Wooster Adoptee Student Union holds First Meeting”

College recieves gift to hire a sustainability coordinator

Samuel Boudreau Editor in Chief This week, The College of Wooster received a financial gift to hire a sustainability coordinator, a major step in the College’s 2019 sustainability plan. “We are really excited to have recently received a gift to launch a Sustainability Coordinator position for our campus,” said Interim President Wayne Webster. “This isContinue reading College recieves gift to hire a sustainability coordinator

Mark Gooch, College librarian, runs against Representative Scott Wiggam

Mark Gooch runs against incumbent Rep. Wiggam to repre- sent Wayne County in the Ohio House of Representatives Kaylee Liu, News Editor & Holly Shaum, Staff Writer With the midterm elections fast approaching, the Voice is spotlighting Wooster librarian Mark Gooch who is running to represent Wayne County in the Ohio State House, and incumbentContinue reading “Mark Gooch, College librarian, runs against Representative Scott Wiggam”