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This is the oldest edition of the Wooster Voice, The College of Wooster's student newspaper. The editorial section describes the merging of The University Voice and the Wooster Collegian to form the Wooster Voice. It includes information about the editorial process and organization behind the newspaper. The authors go on to discuss a marriage, activities of the Y.M.C.A, and the death of a former student, Ben Irwin. The prosperity of the school is discussed, along with building upgrades to the University Building and the gymnasium. New faculty are discussed, with a particular emphasis on Dr. H.H. Haas; The Wayne County Herald is quoted. In a "Truce at Last" article, the authors note that prospects for future hostilities are high and the school's Military Department is abolished.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1890-09-12" (1890). The Voice: 1890-1900. 1.