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In this edition of the Voice, Wooster Greek groups erupt over Campus Council’s new proposal for Greek life regulations. The construction of a new eight-lane, 400-meter track is underway at the College's stadium. The College receives a partial payment of a $2.5 million grant given by the Andrew W. Mellon and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundations. Additionally, Dr. Peter R. Grant, Professor of Biology at Princeton University, delivers a lecture in Mateer Auditorium titled "Darwin's finches.” An article on page five discusses the tattoo shop in downtown Wooster, Moving Pictures. 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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Greek life, Greek Life Committee, fraternities, issues with Greek life, hazing, illegal pledging, Campus Council, Campus Council ad-hoc committee, Greek life Council, student governments, Greek life regulations, GPA requirements, running tracks, Wooster stadium, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Dr. Peter R. Grant, Princeton University, Darwin’s finches, evolution, Moving Pictures


Fraternities & sororities; fraternities; Greek letter societies; Secret societies; College fraternities; College of Wooster; Student government; College student government; Hazing; hazing; running tracks; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; William & Flora Hewlett Foundation; Grant, Peter R., 1936-; Princeton University. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Princeton University. Department of Biology; Darwin's finches in Galápagos; Evolution

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-04-23