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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on September 27 of 1996, is sixteen pages long. The first page has an image accompanied by a description of the Jewish Sukkot festival of harvest. The Student Government Association has yet again disappointed campus organizations with their funding allotment giving $8,704.75 which falls well below the $17,000 request. In Bissman on Wednesday evening, a bottle bomb was set off. A group of Wooster students will be visiting the AIDS Memorial Quilt Display in Washington, D.C., from October 11-13. Kathryne Hall writes about how an anti-gay sign was in front of Lowry Center that read, "I am bisexual. I like men and I like sheep." Bhavana Mody writes on the cruelty of animal testing in cosmetic and beauty products. A Wooster grad of 1988, Nick Young, has come back to teach sociology at the college. The athletics section is from page thirteen to sixteen.

Publication Date

9-27-1996

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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In Copyright

Keywords

SGA, Hillel, Sukkot, AIDS Memorial Quilt, animal testing, cruelty

Subject

College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt; Alternatives to animal testing in toxicology

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1996-09-27

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