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Jen Telischak, class of 2002, is elected Wooster Student Government Association president. Peace, Justice and, Earth Week, an annual series of student sponsored events intended to raise awareness about peace action, human rights and environmental issues around the world, takes place at the college. College officials and community leaders host a town meeting to discuss measures to prevent alcohol-related violence on campus. In protest of President Bush's proposed spending of $160 billion on a Defense Missile Shield, students display a 50 foot inflatable missile outside Lowry Center. Thirteen Wooster students and two staff members travel to Paraiso, Dominican Republic. The edition includes a list of four website that the voice staff thinks students would find fun. Musician Clark Terry heads the Wooster Jazz Ensemble concert. Wooster hold a forum on the college's new rape policy. Additionally, the issue includes highlights from the College of Wooster Department of Theatre's production of "The Antipodes: or, The World Turned Upside Down."
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-04-19" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 282.