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In this edition of the Voice, Campus Council turns down a proposed name change of the Intersection Council to “the Inter-Fraternal Council” or “IFC.” Wooster professors Jenifer K. Ward, Charles E. Hurst, and Raymond G. McCall speak at the College’s First-Year Seminar Forums. Campus Security and the Wooster Police investigate a suspected robbery and an incident of aggravated menacing. On page 3 of the issue, there is an advertisement for Apple Macintosh computers targeted at college students. Additionally, the featured section includes introductions to the College’s Greek groups and details information about the organizations such as history, club flower, colors, advisor, and president.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Campus Council, intersection council, Jenifer K. Ward, Charles E. Hurst, Raymond G. McCall, FYS, campus security, Wooster Police, robbery, aggravated menacing, Apple Macintosh computers, Greek life groups, Alpha Gamma Phi, Chi Omega Psi, Delta Theta Psi, Kappa Phi Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, Epsilon Kappa Omicron, Pi Kappa, Zeta Phi Gamma, Beta Kappa Phi, Kappa Chi, Kappa Phi Sigma, Omega Alpha Tau, Phi Delta Sigma, Phi Omega Sigma, Phi Sigma Alpha, Xi Chi Psi


Student government; Greek letter societies; Secret societies; College fraternity members; Freshmen; Universities and colleges--Security measures; Robbery; Macintosh (Computer); Macintosh II (Computer); College of Wooster

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-09-11