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In this edition of the Voice, the Wooster police department investigates $13,000 worth of stolen property that was taken during a Thanksgiving break-in. Buildings on Wooster’s campus, such as Andrews Library and Severance Art, undergo renovations. Additionally, the College’s president Henry Copeland, states that Wooster is exploring the possibility of offering either Japanese or Mandarin Chinese language study.
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The Wooster police department, stolen property, Thanksgiving, break-ins at the College of Wooster, College of Wooster buildings, campus renovations, renovations, Andrews Library, Severance Art, Henry Copeland, Wooster Chinese department, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese
Thanksgiving; Universities and colleges--Security measures; Universities and colleges--Security measures--United States; College of Wooster; College buildings; Renovation (Architecture); Academic libraries; Chinese language--Study and teaching; China--Study and teaching; Mandarin dialects; Japanese
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1992-12-04" (1992). The Voice: 1991-2000. 53.