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The edition starts with an article discussing how Wooster officials predict students won't see an increase in federal financial aid, as Congress and the White House turn focus away from education spending and look to combating international terrorism. Members of the College's environmental activism group work to plan a regional conference. A state report pegs Ohio's new teachers as some of the best in the nation. Author and journalist Alan Weisman, presents an overview of his book "Gaviotas: A Village to Reinvent the World" to the Wooster Forum. Additionally, Mimi Lewellen, administrative assistant to the director of libraries, leaves Wooster after 19 years of service.
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federal financial aid, college aid, Congress, the White House, education spending, education, international terrorism, combating international terrorism, Wooster environmental activism, environmental activism, environmental activism regional conference, Ohio teachers, Ohio education, Alan Weisman, Gaviotas: A Village to Reinvent the World, Wooster forum, libraries, Wooster library, Mimi Lewellen
Student aid; United States. White House Office; Education; International relations and terrorism; Terrorism; Islam and international relations; Environmental protection; Global environmental change; Environmental justice; Ohio. Department of Education; Weisman, Alan, 1950-; academic libraries (institutions)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-09-27" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 289.