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In this edition of the Voice, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Fred Cropp, explains the tenure process at the College. In an article about the purpose of Hell Week, Greek Life members at the College of Wooster explain why they think the tradition is important. The film criticism section of the issue, gives opinions on the 1976 Oscar nominations. Kieffer Environmental Program House continues recycling efforts on campus. Additionally, the College offers weekly “Real Life Skills Workshops” for the student body.

Publication Date

4-2-1976

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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Vice President of Academic Affairs at the College of Wooster, tenure, tenure process, Fred Cropp, Hell Week, pledging, Greek Life, fraternity pledging, sorority pledging, the 1976 Oscars, Oscars picks, Greek Life traditions, Kieffer Environmental Program, Wooster Kieffer house, recycling, recycling programs at colleges, real life skills, skill workshops, life skills classes for college students, tenured professors, hazing

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College teachers--Tenure; College teachers--Tenure--United States; Sororities; Hazing; Greek letter; Greek letter societies; Fraternities; College sorority members; College sororities; College fraternity members; College fraternities; Academy Awards (Motion pictures); Recycling; School recycling programs; Life skills

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1976-04-02

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