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President Copeland announced to the College his plans of retirement. The beginning of a College event known as 'Africa Week' was announced. June Jordan spoke at the College in favor of a politically correct environment in education. President Copeland refutes the statements of Lynne Cheney concerning education at the College. A list of student violations against Residence Life is given. The Voice interviewed a student who decided to spend their spring break in Norway. The first Dennis Rice Classic was held by the track team and deemed a success.

Publication Date

4-10-1992

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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Keywords

Henry Copeland, June Jordan, political correctness, Lynne Cheney, Residence Life, Norway, Dennis Rice, Classic Track & Field

Subject

College sports; Cheney, Lynne V.; Jordan, June, 1936-2002; multiculturalism; Political correctness; Rice, Dennis G. (Dennis George); American Track & Field

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-04-10

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