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In response to signs hung up by the men of Culbertson House, that stated “America #1 Love it or leave,” members of Men of Harambee erected a sign saying "Hey America, we've been hostages for 400 years!" Harambee temporary removal of the sign, due to threats from a member of the town, the sign was then put back up and later destroyed by college students. The Culbertson House sign, remained unharmed. The Dean’s list GPA requirement is raised from 3.3 to 3.5. Additionally, after 11 years, the College will no longer sell the campus favorite “C.O.W.” t-shirts as administration and trustee members try to shake the C.O.W. acronym.
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Culbertson House, the men of Culbertson House, Men of Harambee, black rights, civil rights, American nationalism, patriotism, freedom of speech, college and town relations, Dean’s list, GPA, Dean’s list requirement, C.O.W. t-shirts, C.O.W. acronym, black college students
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Blacks--Civil rights; College students, Black; Nationalism--United States; Patriotism; Freedom of speech
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1981-01-30" (1981). The Voice: 1981-1990. 3.