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This is the April 20th, 2000, edition of the Wooster Voice, a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines the arrest of the president of Wooster Fraternity Phi Sigma Alpha, a charity fundraiser for AIDS, and the recommendation that the Black Studies Program become its own Department. The second page features a report on the room draw system and its flaws. Also featured is an update to the drinking policy. Page 3 features a report on a speech given by a Spanish feminist and a report on an upcoming lecture on home brewing alcohol from a biology professor. Pieces on the fifth page criticize the Vagina Monologues for being obscene and promoting the treatment of women as sex objects. An article on page six criticizes the Wooster Voice's reporting as being cruel to athletes after a piece criticizing the lacrosse team following a one-sided loss. Page 7 accents a report on prank bomb threats in the Wayne County area. Page 8 highlights a charity fundraiser. Page 9 has a piece about Ohio State University's football. Page 10 features a film review. Theatre criticism fills up page eleven. The athletic updates for the past week are from page twelve to sixteen.
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SGA, Phi Sigma Alpha, AIDS, drinking policy, Black Studies Program, Vagina Monologues, feminism, bomb threats, charity
Sex crimes; Sex discrimination; Sex; Sexism; Sexual abuse victims; Safe sex in AIDS prevention; Feminism; Bomb threats
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2000-04-20" (2000). The Voice: 1991-2000. 248.