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In this edition of the Voice, three students are attacked while walking near downtown Wooster. Campus Council tables a discussion on the Intersection Council’s defeated character. An article discusses the volunteer activities done by the College’s Greek groups. Bacchanalia occurred this past Saturday near Beck's Family Campground. A column on page six explains what a student who majors in archaeology will be able to do with it. Additionally, in a letters to the editor, a Wooster student expresses their distaste for presidential candidate Bill Clinton. Athletic updates for the past week are featured on pages fourteen to sixteen.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Student town relations, violence against college students, Campus Council, intersection council, Greek life, fraternities, sororities, 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, civic engagement, service, volunteering, Bill Clinton, 1992 presidential race, Clinton and Gore, Bacchanalia


Student government; Greek letter societies; Secret societies; College fraternity members; Freshmen; Universities and colleges--Security measures; College of Wooster; Town and gown; University towns; Violence; aggravated menacing; Violence against; Service learning; Voluntarism; Clinton, Bill, 1946-; Gore, Al, 1948-

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-09-18