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This issue of the The Wooster Voice features articles on a new Greek section called THUG, Dr. Na’im Akbar coming to campus to speak, a survey on campus smoking, letters and commentary on Respect for other, Wooster Ignoring non-Christians traditions like Hanukkah, Hunting, a visit from Representative Louis Stokes who served as the College’s Black Leader-in-Residence sparked articles on freedom of expression and speech. An article on page 11 questions whether MTV should be allowed to ban a Madonna video because of the depiction of women. A column on the sports page talks about juggling being a student athlete with school and participation in organizations. Volunteer organizations, an interview with language section directors, and comics round out the rest of this issue.
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greek life, THUG, Dr. Da’im Akbar, The Wooster Connection, smoking, Hanukkah, free speech, freedom of expression, Representative Louis Stokes, Black Leader-in-Residence, MTV, student athletes
Freedom of speech; Hanukkah; Hunting; Greek letter societies; Stokes, Louis, 1925-2015; MTV Networks; College athletes
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-12-14" (1990). The Voice: 1981-1990. 502.