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In this edition of the Voice, "Racism and Free Speech on Campus," the first in a series of student debates, takes place in Lean Lecture Hall. A memorial service is held for Andrew Cronin class of 1996 who died in a car accident on his way back to Wooster from fall break. An anti Ku Klux Klan rally will be taking place Saturday at 3:30pm in Columbus. After fall break, security reports that only two cases of missing belongings were filed. A full page add takes up page three. Student’s level of civic engagement is questioned in an article called “Students: Think globally, but don't forget to act locally.” Additionally, the Wooster Women’s Resource expands with the hope to grow membership on campus. Page nine gives brief reviews of current movies that are in theaters. Pages ten to twelve give the athletic updates for the week.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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racism, free speech, debates, Lean Lecture Hall, Andrew Cronin, campus security, stolen items, civic engagement, Wooster Women’s Resources, freedom of speech, Ku Klux Klan


Racism; Freedom of speech; Debates and debating; Universities and colleges--Security measures; Universities and colleges--Security measures--United States; Service learning; Freedom of speech; Ku Klux Klan

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1993-10-22