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This edition of the Wooster Voice begins with a reflection on the rising campus crime rates. While the rate of violent and sex crimes are down, students are still concerned about their personal property and sense of security. Both students and security are wrestling with the party rules, security doesn't want to be the bad guy and shut it down, but their just doing their job. President Hale and the Campus Council are still debating the party regulations changes. The 'In the News Brief' section on the second page includes a golf ball hitting a windshield, and car-break ins. A memorial service was held in honor of Rashad Burnley on Tuesday evening. Page three has a tally of all the campus crime that occurred in the 1998-1999 school year. The letters to the editor are on the fourth page. The Wayne County Fair has an article written about it on the sixth page. The printmaking program at the college has its history shared on page eight. The athletics section is from page ten through twelve.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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campus crimes, college parties, memorial, letters to the editor, Wayne County Fair, printmaking


College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Letters to the editor; Printmaking

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1999-09-16