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In this edition of the Voice, Philip Shull and Mark Pratt addressed the topic, "China: New Reforms, Old Politics?" at the fifth Great Decisions lecture. An article discusses the commercial growth of the City of Wooster, with additions such as a Lowes, Walmart, and chain restaurants. The results of the SGA and Campus Council elections are featured on the second page. The Ohio Campus Law Enforcement Association grants college security officers the power to make arrest; the College of Wooster plans not to participate. Additionally, Merz Hall goes under construction to be transformed into the Gault Alumni Center. Nine alumni photographers will be on campus on Monday for a section in the next edition of the alumni magazine, Wooster, regarding a day in the life of Wooster students. These past few years, The Index has not been published, and a yearbook will only be produced if there is student interest. Summaries of Judicial Board cases for the past year are featured from page ten to fifteen. Athletic updates for the past week are highlighted on pages eighteen to twenty-four.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Philip Shull, Mark Pratt, China new reforms, China old politics, Great Decisions lecture, commercial growth in small towns, commercial growth, commercial business, Walmart, chain restaurants, Ohio Campus Law Enforcement Association, college security officers, arrest on college campuses, alumni, Gault Alumni Center, Merz Hall, Beijing, Guangzhou, China, lectures, judicial board cases


Wal-Mart (Firm); Lectures; Big business; Wooster (Ohio); Chain restaurants; Universities and colleges--Security measures; Universities and colleges--Security measures--United States; College of Wooster. Alumni Association; Beijing (China); Guangzhou (China)

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-02-26