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This edition of the Wooster Voice, the college's student run newspaper, was published on March 4 of 2005, and it is eight pages long. The Black Studies Department, which will be renamed to Africana Studies for next fall, is needing to change its curriculum to be more up to date. The results of the Student Government Association's online survey are discussed on the first page. National Eating Disorder Awareness Week was observed by the college this past week. An article on page three is about how seniors should be able to stay on campus for free during spring break. Information about the bike program on campus is offered on page four. Dr. Vadim Volkov is visiting campus to speak on March 8 about mafia ties to the Russian government. Leslie Smith wrote a review of Tulipán, the Hungarian Pastry and Coffee Shop located across the street from Rubbermaid. The athletic updates for the past week are on page seven and eight.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2005-03-04" (2005). The Voice: 2001-2011. 110.