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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on September 27 of 1996, is sixteen pages long. The first page has an image accompanied by a description of the Jewish Sukkot festival of harvest. The Student Government Association has yet again disappointed campus organizations with their funding allotment giving $8,704.75 which falls well below the $17,000 request. In Bissman on Wednesday evening, a bottle bomb was set off. A group of Wooster students will be visiting the AIDS Memorial Quilt Display in Washington, D.C., from October 11-13. Kathryne Hall writes about how an anti-gay sign was in front of Lowry Center that read, "I am bisexual. I like men and I like sheep." Bhavana Mody writes on the cruelty of animal testing in cosmetic and beauty products. A Wooster grad of 1988, Nick Young, has come back to teach sociology at the college. The athletics section is from page thirteen to sixteen.
The College of Wooster
SGA, Hillel, Sukkot, AIDS Memorial Quilt, animal testing, cruelty
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt; Alternatives to animal testing in toxicology
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1996-09-27" (1996). The Voice: 1991-2000. 151.