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Student group Environmental Concerns of Students sponsored "Rainforest Week" in order to raise campus awareness concerning environmental issues. An article recaps a panel discussion on domestic violence sponsored by the Every Woman's House. Campus wide survey conducted reveals that 49 percent of Wooster students engage in binge drinking, seven percent higher than the national average. The College dedicates the oldest building on campus for the third time. Frick Hall, is officially reopened as the Timken Science library. Additionally, the issue includes a piece that calls for further action to be made in fight against discrimination of sexual minorities on campus.
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Environmental Concerns of Students Wooster, Rainforest Week, environmental issues, domestic violence, domestic violence awareness, the Every Woman's House, EWH, Wooster drinking rates, binge drinking, drinking on college campuses, Frick Hall, Wooster's oldest building, Timken Science library, discrimination of sexual minorities, campus homophobia, anti sexual discrimination
Environmental protection; Rain forests; Family violence; National Domestic Violence Awareness Month; College students--Alcohol use; College students--Alcohol use--United States; College students--Alcohol use--United States--Prevention; College students--Alcohol use--Prevention; Binge drinking; College buildings; College buildings--Ohio; Science and technology libraries; Sex discrimination; Homophobia
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1998-10-15" (1998). The Voice: 1991-2000. 204.