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The voice gives an overview of the speech of Prof. Derrick Bell from Harvard University, in which he spoke about the need for serious talks on linger racism in America. Due to studies on the harms of secondhand smoke, President Copeland has issued new rules regarding smoking on campus. Wooster has started offering a quit smoking program, called Fresh Start, which is sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Anthropologist Dr. Ifi Amadiume will be speaking at the College concerning the legacy of African Women. There is a short piece on college students across the nation holding protests to end the Gulf War. A Wooster student from the recently dissolved Soviet Union is interviewed about her life. There is a large advertisement for the Macintosh Classic Computer.
The College of Wooster
Derrick Bell, guest lecturers, racism; smoking, secondhand smoke, President Copeland, American Cancer Society, Ifi Amadiume, student protests, Persian Gulf War, Apple computers, Macintosh Classic
Bell, Derrick, 1930-2011; Racism; Smoking cessation; Passive smoking; American Cancer Society; Amadiume, Ifi, 1947-; Protest movements--United States; Persian Gulf War, 1991--United States; Apple Macintosh series; Advertisements;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-11-02" (1990). The Voice: 1981-1990. 497.