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A student environmental group plans to travel to southeastern Ohio to help save Dysart Woods from coal mining encroachment. Changes to the College constitution are debated by the Student Government Association. Nobel Prize Laurate Joseph Taylor came to speak to students on physics as part of a forum series. In light of recent controversy between the Omega greek group and security, many of the letters to the editor defend greek life on campus. Page 7 is a full page advertisement for Discover credit cards. Security attempts to adjust to a rising student crime rate. A feature article looks at the Indian celebration of Diwali on campus. The final three pages are dedicated to sports news.
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environmental protection, environment, Dysart Woods, coal mining, constitution, Student Government Association, Nobel Prize, Joseph Taylor, guest speaker, guest lecturer, physics, greek life, Omega, campus security, student crime, Diwali, sports
Environmental protection; Student Government; Taylor, Joseph H. (Joseph Hooton); Omega; College fraternities; Crime; Credit cards; Advertisements; College sports; Divali;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1997-11-06" (1997). The Voice: 1991-2000. 181.