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The edition recaps a lecture entitled "Alaska and the Arctic North:' The Future of American Resource Conservation," given by landscape photographer Robert Ketchum. The lecture was illustrated with photographs from his travels. Wayne County plans to open a housing facility for non-violent misdemeanor offenders.The Beta Kappa Phi section commits a violation of the Code of Social Responsibility after an alcohol related incident involved three students being taken to the hospital.Students distributing material on military spending and related issues are asked to leave the Lowry lobby. In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Every Woman's House (EWH) holds a panel discussion. This issue includes two articles discusses gun rights and gun control laws in the US from two opposing perspectives. Additionally, the edition has film reviews for the movies "Urban Legends" and "Crossing Fields."
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Robert Ketchum, Alaska and the Arctic North, the future of American resource conservation, Wayne County housing facility for non-violent misdemeanor offenders, Beta Kappa Phi, fraternity violations, military spending, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Every Woman's House, EWH, gun control, NRA, pro gun control, anti gun control, gun laws, Urban Legends movie, Crossing Fields movie
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1998-10-01" (1998). The Voice: 1991-2000. 203.