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This issue begins with an article covering how the College decided to give off-campus students a break and make it much simpler for them to file for housing. However, it is shown as being a one-time occurance. The second article on the page reviews lectures given at the College by women involved in the sciences. Page two features an organization on campus known by the acronym LEAD, designed to promote and enhance leadership at Wooster. The list of senior staff members for the next year's Voice are given. On page three a student contributor writes a piece questioning student - townie relations, contributing a story of one of his friends being punched in the face by a town resident. Next to it is a satire piece that argues (satirically) against the abolishment of the smoking section in Lowry. Page four is all continuations of the articles from page three. On page five there is an article written by an international student on the shock of reentry to your own country over the summer. Page six contains an article covering a Wooster Professor's research in liquid crystals. Page six contains continuations of articles, as well as a comic strip created by Men of Harambe. On page 7 a review is given for Def Leppard's new album. The record review is continued on page 8. Pages 9 and 10 are dedicated to the College's sport updates.
The College of Wooster
student housing, LEAD, townies, student town relations, international students, liquid crystals, professors, research, men of harambe
Student housing; Liquid crystals; Students, Foreign
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-04-24" (1992). The Voice: 1991-2000. 40.