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In this edition of the Voice, Vice President of Academic Affairs candidate, Robert B. Marks, speaks to the themes of multiculturalism and diversity. Former Nicaraguan ambassador, Francisco Campbell, lectures to the College to on Sustainable Development. Men’s Club Volleyball ask Campus Council to reevaluate the policies on club sports funding. Wooster’s Communication department sponsors "The goal of Communication Week” as a way to teach students about what the study of communication does and the value of having a degree in it. An article discusses the importance of visibility and tolerance for gay students. Additionally, this is a special Valentine's Day issue of the Voice that includes a variety of articles on the holiday and romance.
The College of Wooster
VPAA, Robert B. Marks, multiculturalism, diversity, Nicaraguan ambassador, Francisco Campbell, sustainable development, men’s club volleyball, Campus Council, Communication Studies, visibility for queer students, Valentine’s Day, tolerance, visibility
Vice-Presidents; College of Wooster; Mark, Robert B; Multiculturalism; Nicaragua; Sustainable development; Volleyball; Student government; College student government; Athletic clubs; Communication & media studies; Visibility; College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1997-02-14" (1997). The Voice: 1991-2000. 164.