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A report states that two out of three Wooster seniors will likely be unemployed when they graduate. Campus Council eliminates fees for parking permits while raising ticket fees and dividing the campus into parking zones. Construction on the new Student Health Center is one month behind schedule, causing the health center to move into Aultz house temporarily. The issue includes the 2001-2002 campus council budget request summary. Additionally, Shannon Sonenstein performs a one-woman show about homosexuality as part of her senior independent study.

Publication Date

4-26-2001

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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Keywords

unemployment after college graduation, unemployment, parking, Wooster parking zones, Wooster Student Health Center, Aultz house, Wooster campus council budget request summary, Wooster campus council, Shannon Sonenstein, senior independent study, senior I.S., one-woman show, homosexuality, theatre, one-woman shows on homosexuality

Subject

Unemployment; Parking; Students--Health and hygiene; Student housing; Homosexuality; Monodramas

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-04-26

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