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A large number of Wooster faculty have signed a petition to implement stricter regulations concerning smoking on campus, due to fears of passive smoke. This year, the Wooster Forum, a key part of First Year Seminar, will focus on the topic of discrimination. this is a direct result of student protests that took place in April of 1989, which were likely spurred by the January police killing of an American African motorist and subsequent riots. The yearly celebration of Bacchanalia will take place off campus and will feature bear and several bands. WCWS, the College radio station has to be taken off the air at particular hour during the semester due to interference with delicate physics material. This is the first year the College will be implementing at large-scale recycling program. The art of Adrian Piper is currently being featured at the campus Frick Art Museum. A biography and performance review of classical guitarist Andrej Mentschukoff are given. There is a large advertisement for Subway on page 11.
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passive smoking, smoking regulations, Wooster Forum, discrimination, student protests, April 1989, Bacchanalia, WCWS, College of Wooster Radio Station, Recycling, Adrian Piper, Frick Art Museum, Andrej Mentschukoff, Subway
Passive smoking; Discrimination; Racism; Bacchanalia; Recycling; Piper, Adrian, 1948-; College of Wooster. Art Museum; Mentschukoff, Andrej; Subway Restaurants; Advertisments;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-09-14" (1990). The Voice: 1981-1990. 240.