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The edition of the Voice starts off with a short piece answering some questions on campus housing. As tradition, Wooster students fill the Kauke Arch with snow. Professor at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, Karen Thompson, is set to lecture on the topics of sexism, ableism, and homophobia. The College of Wooster Board of Trustees approves a $4.2 million renovation of Kenarden Lodge. Ten members of the college community, met with Congressperson Ralph Regula to express collective concern about the war in the Middle East. An article looks at a survey done by Stanford University on college students and sex, the research lead to finding about date rape on campuses. After Wooster Men’s Rugby Club fails to attend a mandatory racism workshop and fails to submit receipts, SGA is forced to deny funding to the club. The issue includes a full layout of all funds allocated to various campus organizations by SGA. Bail is posted for each Wooster community member arrested for protesting the Gulf War. Additionally, this edition includes a review of the film Silence of the Lambs.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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campus housing, Wooster tradition, Kauke Arch, filling the arch with snow, filling the arch, St. Cloud State University, Karen Thompson, sexism, ableism, homophobia, Why Can't Sharon Kowalski Come Home, Kenarden Lodge, Ralph Regula, war in the Middle East, Stanford University, college students and sex, date rape, Wooster Men’s Rugby Club, Student Government Association, protesting, Gulf War, Silence of the Lambs


War; Persian Gulf War, 1991; Persian Gulf War, 1991--United States; Middle East; colleges (buildings); Debates and debating; colleges (buildings); College of Wooster; College of Wooster. Board of Trustees.; Thompson, Karen, 1947-; Sexism; Homophobia; Date rape; Silence of the lambs (Motion picture)

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1991-02-22