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Students on campus brought forward issues to raise with trustees of the College. Paula S. Rothenberg is expected to speak at the College on the topic of race and gender studies. Reggie Walton came recently to speak on the occurrence of crime under the effects of PCP. Wooster students set up a 'tent city' to protest the continued military involvement of the US in El Salvador. Students spoke on their experience in the 'Wooster in Mexico' summer program. A Wooster students writes about the recent controversy over the Cincinnati Museum of Art displaying the work of Robert Mapplethorpe. A number of stories from students concerning National Coming Out Day are featured. Page 15 has a large advertisement for Macintosh computers.
The College of Wooster
trustees, Paula Rothenberg, Reggie Walton, PCP, Tent City, US Military, El Salvador, Salvadoran Civil War, Wooster in Mexico, Cincinnati Museum of Art, Robert Mapplethorpe, National Coming Out Day, Macintosh Computers
Rothenberg, Paula S., 1943-; Gender; Walton, Reggie B.; Phencyclidine; El Salvador--Politics and government--1979-1992; Mapplethorpe, Robert; Coming out (Sexual orientation)--United States; Apple Macintosh series; Advertisements;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-10-12" (1990). The Voice: 1981-1990. 244.