Download Full Text (8.9 MB)
William Snoddy plans to retire as vice president for finance and business at the college, the search is for his successor is underway. An "A" was burned in the football field before the North Coast-Athletic Conference football game with Allegheny. Latashia Reedus begins her first day as Assistant Dean of Students for Black Student Affairs. The College of Wooster holds its first united anti-hate vigil after the killing of Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming. Wooster students from Bryan House worked in conjunction with Interfaith Housing, a volunteer organization that assists with the homeless, to produce "Make a Difference Day." Additionally, the issue includes an article that describes an urban legend about a woman killing herself in Compton Room 106.
The College of Wooster
William Snoddy, Allegheny, North Coast-Athletic Conference football game, Latashia Reedus, Assistant Dean of Students for Black Student Affairs, anti-hate vigil, Matthew Shepard, Wooster united anti-hate vigil, University of Wyoming, Interfaith Housing, Make a Difference Day, Bryan House, Wooster urban legends, Compton Room 106
Allegheny College (Meadville, Pa.); Shepard, Matthew, 1976-1998; Laramie (Wyo.); Urban legends; College buildings; College buildings--Ohio; Homophobia--United States; Gays--Violence against; Haunts
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1998-10-29" (1998). The Voice: 1991-2000. 206.