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In this edition of the Voice, the Omega Alpha Tau fraternity is placed on probation for illegal pledging activities. The Greek Life Committee suspense the pledge class for the Pi Kappa sorority due to allegations of hazing. In relation to the Greek life pledging incidents, there is a section of the paper that details the definition of hazing as stated in the Scots Key. Judge Lisa Richette speaks on the topic of "Children at Risk at Home and Abroad" at a Great Decisions foreign policy lecture. President Henry Copeland names Dr. Susan Figge, Dean of Faculty. Additionally, an article called “The Ugly Truth about McGaw,” the author talks about the unfortunate appearance and architectural failures of McGaw Chapel. An article on page seven discusses the military and if "gays" should be allowed in. Athletic updates for the past week are highlighted on pages thirteen to sixteen.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Omega Alpha Tau, fraternities, OATs, Omega Alpha Tau fraternity, hazing, illegal pledging, Greek Life Committee, Pi Kappa sorority, the Peanuts, College of Wooster Greek life, Scots Ket, Judge Lisa Richette, Lisa Richette, children at risk at home, children at risk at abroad, children at risk at home and abroad, domestic violence against children, children at risk, children’s issues, Great Decisions lectures, foreign policy, Henry Copeland, Susan Figge, McGaw Chapel, ugly chapels, ugly college buildings, military regulations, Gays in military service


Fraternities & sororities; fraternities; Greek letter societies; Secret societies; College fraternities; Hazing; College of Wooster; Richette, Lisa Aversa, 1928-; Children at risk; Commercial policy; International economic relations; Figge, Susan G., 1942; Gays in military service

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-01-29