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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on February 9 of 1996, is sixteen pages long. The first page gives an outline of the entirety of the newspapers, and has an image that advertises for Valentine's Day. The rumor that the Communication Sciences and Disorders will be eliminated is not true. The 'News Briefs' section features both national and international news. One of the international stories is that China will boycott the Olympic Games if Taiwanese officials are allowed to attend. The search for survivors of the Boeing 757 crash in the Caribbean Sea has ended, 128 bodies have been recovered while 61 people are still unaccounted for. Nicole Hausmann, alumni of the 1994 class, died in a car crash in Boston on January 29. The SGA has rumored that 'pyramid schemes' are occurring on campus. On Tuesday, Geology Professor Dr. Root discussed the endangered resource of water. Page nine is filled with Valentine's that were submitted to the Voice, they continue through page 12. Pages fifteen and sixteen feature the athletics updates.
The College of Wooster
Olympic Games, Boeing 757, plane crash, memorial, Nicole Hausmann, pyramid schemes
College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Olympic Games; Airplane crashes; Boeing 767 (Jet transport)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1996-02-09" (1996). The Voice: 1991-2000. 135.