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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper is sixteen pages long. The Greenhouse service house, and other students on campus are concerned with the amount of food waste that come out of Lowry and Kittredge dining halls. There is not a system in place where leftover food can go to charity. The Educational Policy Committee has assumed a new role of approving faculty positions and job descriptions. Recently, the senate passed Clinton's military policy for homosexuals in which recruits cannot question ones sexual orientation. Beginning October 2, the college will be having Crime Prevention Week. Joseph Allen '97 writes an article in opposition to the NARAL condom campaign on page four. Erin Dreistadt and Lisa Foote write an article on page six on the benefits of vegetarianism. Two students search for the perfect pizza in Wooster on page seven. An entertainment guide for the next week in the surrounding areas is detailed on page twelve. Page thirteen to sixteen gives the athletic updates for the week.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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food waste, greenhouse, Educational Policy Committee, homosexuals, military, LGBTQIA+, NARAL, vegetarianism


College athletics; College newspapers; Gay rights; Food waste; LGBTQ people; The NARAL Foundation; Vegetarianism

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-10-01