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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on September 21 of 2000, is sixteen pages in length. The first page begins with an article about six SGA members who resigned in protest regarding the Cabinet's handling of the September 12 elections. At Tuesday evenings forum, Planned Parenthood President Gloria Feldt spoke on, "Calling Ourselves Free: A look at the Past and Future of Reproductive Rights in America." This forum was one of the most controversial ones held. An article on the second page is about the peaceful demonstrations of both sides of the abortion debate. At last night's Associated Event discussion of Sexual Freedom/Sexual Responsibility the focus was on personal responsibility and education. Jaime Bryk wrote an article on the fourth page about how the forum speaker did not discuss the issue of abortion. Becca Stinson, on the same page, wrote an article about how the students missed the point of the forum because it was not about abortion but rather much more like giving birth control to low-income families. Page five features letters to the editor. Between pages six and seven are three pages that detail the future renovation plans of the college. Page seven has an article about the Abraham Lincoln statue that has lived on the college's campus since 1915. Page nine gives a reflection about this year's Party on the Green success. The athletics section is from page ten to twelve.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Reproductive Rights, SGA, protest, Abortion, statue


College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Reproductive rights; Abortion; Pro-life movement

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2000-09-21