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Miller's Pond, an area used by students on campus for recreational purposes, has been temporarily closed. A recent poll shows that overall students approved of the new method for registering for classes on campus. Johnnetta Cole, the first black, female president of Spelman College, will be Wooster's commencement speaker. Additionally during commencement, three honorary degrees will be bestowed. Senior members of the Voice reflect on their past four years at the College. A large fold-out paper in the center of the Voice contains a map which highlights the future destinations of graduating seniors. Across the nation, college students have been becoming more involved in activism relating to South African apartheid.

Publication Date

4-27-1990

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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Miller's Pond, recreation, registration, Johnnetta Cole, Spelman College, commencement, honorary degrees, seniors, Voice staff, student jobs, activism, post-grad, apartheid, South Africa

Subject

College students--Conduct of life; Student registration; Cole, Johnnetta B.; Spelman College; Commencement ceremonies; Honorary degrees; College seniors; Student movements; Apartheid; South Africa;

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-04-27

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