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In this edition of the Voice, the Greek Life Committee lifts the sanctions placed upon the OATs and the Peanuts after allegations of hazing were made. Professor of English at Chicago State University, Haki R. Mahubuti (formerly Don Lee) speaks at the College’s fifth annual Diversity Conference. Wooster’s radio station, WCWS 90.9 FM (Woo 91), undergoes new management. Over 100 members of the Society for Creative Anachronism, clothed in medieval costumes, gather in Armington Physical Education Center for a historical reenactment. Additionally, Campus Council makes modifications to policies surrounding Greek organizations in the midst of hazing allegations. Athletic updates for the past week are highlighted on pages ten to twelve of this edition.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Greek life, OATs, Greek Life Committee, hazing, illegal pledging, Scots Key, fraternities, sororities, Campus Council, Pi Kappa, Omega Alpha Tau, Chicago State University English department, Haki R. Mahubti, Don Lee, College of Wooster Diversity Conference, radio station, WCWS 90.9 FM, Woo 91, Woo 91 management, the Society for Creative Anachronism, medieval reenactments


Fraternities & sororities; fraternities; Greek letter societies; Secret societies; College fraternities; Hazing; hazing; College of Wooster; Student government; College student government; Chicago State University; College radio stations; Society for Creative Anachronism; Kingdom of Calontir

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-04-02