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In this edition of the Voice, the Board of Trustees approve the comprehensive fees of $19,875 for the 1993-94 academic year. Nearly 200 students join together to fill the Kauke arch with snow in an effort to get classes canceled. An article in the viewpoints, discusses controversy over the Greek life hazing practices and suggest they model their pledging after the Men of Harambee instead. A letter to the editor on page four discusses the smoking policy. Additionally, this issue includes the candidates for the SGA elections on the sixth and seventh pages. The rock garden located in the trees between Galpin and Kenarden are discussed on the eighth page. Some alumni who met at the college are talked about in an article on page eight. Athletic updates for the past week are highlighted on pages ten to twelve.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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tuition, college tuition, comprehensive fees, Kauke hall, Kauke arch, Wooster arch, fill the arch, traditions, snow, filling the arch, Greek life, Greek Life Committee, hazing, illegal pledging, Scots Key, Greek life, fraternities, sororities, Campus Council, Board of Trustees, Men of Harambee, multicultural fraternities, SGA, Student Government Association, elections, letter to the editor, smoking policy


College of Wooster. Board of Trustees; Tuition; College of Wooster; Snow; Fraternities & sororities; fraternities; Greek letter societies; Secret societies; College fraternities; Hazing; hazing; Student government; College student government; Student government--Elections; College student government--Elections

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-02-19