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This is the March 30th edition of the Wooster Voice, a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines the burning of a cross in the black family's backyard in Wooster, and a report on the celebrations of I.S. Monday, a day in which the work done by Seniors on their Independent Study projects is celebrated, and small bulletins on campus events. Page 2 features an article on changes made to the College of Wooster curriculum, and a continuation of the racism piece. Page 3 features an upcoming virtual job fair, the awarding of the Watson Fellowship to a Wooster student, and Student Government Association candidates for election. Page 4 features an opinion piece criticizing the decision to ban open containers of alcohol during I.S. Monday celebrations, and a piece reporting on the political situation in Senegal. Page 5 features a petition signed by most student, faculty, and administration groups and divisions criticizing and condemning the appearance of several swastikas on campus. Page 6 features a description of Wooster President Stanton Hales' living arrangement. Page 7 features a piece exploring the Wooster tradition of giving each graduating senior a tootsie roll upon completion of their I.S. Page 8 features a review of a local restaurant. Page 9 features an upcoming movie. Page 10-12 feature the sports updates for the past week.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


No Copyright - United States


President Stanton Hales, IS Monday, Independent Study, Watson Fellowship, SGA, vandalism, graffiti, tootsie roll


celebrations; Race Relations; Racism; Independent study; Vandalism

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2000-03-30