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Professor Thomas Falkner has been elected as the new Dean of Faculty. The Campus Council is having an ongoing debate about what to do with alcohol rules on campus in order to minimize alcohol abuse. If the four members of Kappa Chi are convicted of hazing, they will face 30 days in prison and a $250 fine. In the news brief column on the second page, three churches in Wooster were broken into this past weekend. Page four has an article titled, "Are Americans too dependent? Four opinions on life in these glorious old United States." The column 'Speaking of,' writes about the underage drinking that has been occurring at the Underground, and the cheerleaders that did not cheer at Saturday's game. The eighth page has article about DiPaolo's museum exhibition as part of his IS, and the 1967 Pella excavation. Pages ten through twelve have the athletics section.
The College of Wooster
alcohol abuse, Kappa Chi, hazing, burglary, excavation, underage drinking, cheerleaders
College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Hazing; Excavation; Alcohol abuse
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1999-02-04" (1999). The Voice: 1991-2000. 215.