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In this edition of the Wooster Voice, the first page has an article explaining to students that Soup and Bread might be canceled. Soup and Bread is a program that allows students to easily donate money to different charities through eating soup and bread once a week. In order to keep the program running, they need a minimum of 350 participants, but the program kept missing the quota of participants. The article served as a call to action in some way, asking more students to join the program and keep it running. Halfway through the paper, there is a full page of advertisements. In the Viewpoints section of the paper, student voice their opinions and thoughts on the war and the current state of the US on the international stage. On both the Arts and Sports pages, there are articles that depict various events that are happening on campus. Finally, the last page of this edition has a full page cartoon on the subject of war protesting and President Bush.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1991-02-08" (1991). The Voice: 1991-2000. 3.