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This edition of the Wooster Voice opens with an article about one of the professors at the college. A political science professor became the first lady of Croatia. Professor Dijana Plestina's husband Ivica Racan became the first opposition party prime minister in the history of Croatia. Furthermore, there is an article that discusses SGA's loss of 5 of its members, 4 representatives and one cabinet member. This left SGA with only 17 members, and 2 weeks until the budget/funding meeting. In the pages that follow, there is an article in the News Brief section that discusses hazing at the college. This article focuses on the annual hazing informational meeting. As a result of past incidents involving Greek life and rushing, the Committee on Social Organizations (CSO) felt it necessary to increase the seriousness of the session. There is also some information regarding upcoming movies and showtimes at the local Wooster movie theater. In addition, there is a schedule for "This week at the Underground," the bar and social space for students on campus. Finally, the newspaper ends with a few pages reporting on the various sporting and athletic events for Wooster students and sports teams. This section includes an article about the Wooster women's basketball team's game against Hiram.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Croatia, prime minister, first lady, election, student government, students, education, academics, hazing, Greek life, sorority, fraternity, movies, theater, sports, athletics, basketball


Croatia; Prime ministers; First ladies; College student government; Elections; College fraternity members; College sororities; College sorority members; College fraternities; Hazing; Motion pictures

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2000-01-20