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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.
Alexander's Feast, Bissman Hall, open containers policy, Soup and Bread, sections, gun control, Crandell House, Wooster Public Forums, WoosterNet, Bacchanalia, Campus Council
Fraternities & sororities; College students--Alcohol use; Gun control;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1983-09-23" (1983). The Voice: 1981-1990. 316.