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This issue of the voice accounts how nine Wooster students and a member of the College staff were arrested for protesting the Gulf War at US. Representative Ralph Regula's office. The college board meets to discusses possible renovations of Kenarden lodge. Pine Street Cafe, a coffee shop that often featured student performances, closes down. In the annual "Weavster" debate students and faculty debate Wooster’s smoking policy. Students celebrate Malcolm X day by screening the film The Meeting. The edition has a letter discussing pro-life opinions on abortion. Additionally, the issue includes various pieces written about students opinions on the Gulf War and the Bush presidency.
The College of Wooster
Gulf War Protest, Ralph Regula, Kenarden Lodge, Pine Street Cafe, Weavster debate, debate, college smoking policy, pro-life, abortion, abortion opinions, Gulf War, President Bush
War; Persian Gulf War, 1991; Persian Gulf War, 1991--United States; United States. President (1989-1993 : Bush); Abortion; Soldiers; Middle East; colleges (buildings); Debates and debating; Pro-life movement; pro-life movements; Abortion--United States--Public opinion; Abortion
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1991-02-15" (1991). The Voice: 1991-2000. 4.