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In this edition of the Voice, Coca-Cola films the Scot band for a new advertisement. The college searches for a new Vice President of Academic Affairs. Lowry Dining offers new hours for student meals in order to be more flexible. Mind reader and hypnotist, Ronny Romm, visits Wooster for a performance in McGaw Chapel. Computer viruses are infecting many campus computers. Additionally, an article discusses the College’s Soup and Bread program. Page seven has a featured article about Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology Nick Kardulias. Athletic updates for the past week are highlighted from pages ten to twelve.
The College of Wooster
Coca-Cola, the Scot band, Vice President of Academic Affairs, VPAA, Lowry dining, student meal plans, mind reader, hypnotist, Ronny Romm, McGaw Chapel, Soup and Bread, commercial, computer viruses, Nick Kardulias, archaeology, professor
Coca-Cola; Coca-Cola USA; Coca-Cola Company; Marching bands; Hypnotism; College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Computer viruses; Kardulias, P. Nick
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1997-01-17" (1997). The Voice: 1991-2000. 160.