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This edition includes articles about: a Homecoming performance of "A Streetcar Named Desire"; the cancellation of the concert Alexander's Feast; Dean of Students Kenneth Plusquellec's decision to rescind Bissman's party contracts; the open container policy; defenses for Soup and Bread and sections; a lack of campus community; a pro and con segment on gun control; a history of Crandell house; the opening of the debate season with a session about creationism; a talk by Emery King about an insider view of the Washington Press Corps; the role of religion in Israeli politics; Bacchanalia; a Little Brother/Little Sister program; the operation of the computer system WoosterNet; and an explanation of Campus Council operations and descriptions of council representatives.

Publication Date

9-23-1983

Keywords

Alexander's Feast, Bissman Hall, open containers policy, Soup and Bread, sections, gun control, Crandell House, Wooster Public Forums, WoosterNet, Bacchanalia, Campus Council

Subject

Fraternities & sororities; College students--Alcohol use; Gun control;

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1983-09-23

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