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The results of Wooster Student Government Association elections are suspended after concerns were raised about election guidelines and the manner in which they were enforced. In the letter to students, college President Henry Copeland announced that the comprehensive fee for the following academic year would be $17,650, pieces throughout the edition express concern for the tuition increase. The Voice highlight the upcoming Africa Week and the spring break volunteer opportunities. The nine students and one staff members that were arrested for civil disobedience in protest of the Gulf War attend their pretrial. The participants plead guilty to both criminal trespassing and resisting arrest. In articles students express pro-life views after the proposal of an on- campus abortion clinic. Additionally, various other articles discuss aspects of the Gulf War.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Student Government Association, student government elections, Henry Copeland, Africa Week, spring break, volunteer opportunities, protesting, Gulf War, protest arrest, pro-life, abortion, abortion clinics, abortion clinics on college campuses


War; Persian Gulf War, 1991; Persian Gulf War, 1991--United States; Middle East; College student government; College student government--Elections; Pro-life movement; pro-life movements; Abortion--United States--Public opinion; Abortion; Spring break; Voluntarism; Protest movements--United States; Abortion services

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1991-03-08

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