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Elections were held for the Student Government Association. A new Goliard editor was chosen. A retreat/workshop was held on the war in the Persian Gulf. The US Department of Education reinstated Minority Scholarships. University of Virginia frats were shut down in a drug bust. College rapes are on the rise. A Vietnam memorial on campus is overlooked. Trumpet player Donald Byrd performed at McGaw chapel. Over the Rhine performed at the Wooster Underground. The undefeated men's lacrosse team hosted Ohio State University. The men's volleyball team won the NCAC championship.
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student government association, persian gulf war, minority scholarships, drugs, rapes, vietnam memorial, donald byrd, campus music, lacrosse, volleyball
Persian Gulf War, 1991; Minorities--Scholarships, fellowships, etc; Rape in universities and colleges; College sports
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1991-04-05" (1991). The Voice: 1991-2000. 10.