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For the first forum series of the semester, the documentary Paris is Burning was shown. However, the reception of the film was poorer than expected. There were some parts of graphic nudity in the show, which caused some students to walk out as well as complain to the administration. Kenarden was recently renovated, and recently reopened, despite fears that it would not open on time. Main remodels included the common area for students. A student interviews Henry Copeland in light of recent comments made about him being one of the worst administrators in the country. He seems himself as letting the College be itself instead of interfering too much. There is a large ad for a Macintosh student aid package, which offers deals for trying to afford different Macintosh computers.
The College of Wooster
Paris is Burning, nudity, Kenarden Hall, Henry Copeland, student life, Macintosh computers
Paris is burning (Motion picture), College buildings, Copeland, James H. (James Henry), 1930-, College students--Conduct of life, Macintosh (Computer)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-09-04" (1992). The Voice: 1991-2000. 42.