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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper was published on April 10 of 2009 and it is eight pages long. The college will be opening a Center for Diversity and Global Engagement in the fall of 2009, likely located in the what will be a newly renovated Babcock Hall. On April 3, the Great Decisions Forum took place with a focus on the downfall of the economy. An article on the second page discusses how the class of 2009 will be emerging into one of the most difficult job markets. Three jaguars were born at the Akron Zoo on March 3. Security reports from March 12 to 29 are outlined on the second page including: vandalism, theft, alcohol, and assault. Two students write opposing opinion pieces on Lowry Dining Hall getting rid of the trays on page three. Hillel's Seder dinner is discussed in an article on page four by Meredith Wilson. A group of seniors have been gathering student Lowry recipes in order to create a Lowry exclusive cookbook. Creative IS titles are featured on page five. Kwame Dawes, poet and author, will be visiting the college on April 28. Athletic updates for the past week are featured on pages seven and eight of this edition of the Wooster Voice.
The College of Wooster
Center for Diversity and Global Engagement, Babcock Hall, Great Decisions Forum, Lowry cookbook, Hillel, Seder, Kwame Dawes, Akron Zoo
College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Seder; Diversity; Cookbooks; Lectures and lecturing; Zoo
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2009-04-10" (2009). The Voice: 2001-2011. 219.