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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper was published on April 7 of 2009 and it is eight pages long. Classes will be cancelled on April 24 for IS Symposium. Candy Zimmerman and Mark Watts are the new owners of the Shack as of March 3. The Shack has been a part of the college campus since it opened in 1915. The Beall Avenue Streetscape project, which began last summer, is well under way and is supposed to be completed in December. NASA will be naming an orbital exercise machine for astronauts after Stephen Colbert. The Wooster team that participated in the William Lowell Putnam Competition finished 77 out of 500. The Pipe Band took first place at a competition in Canada in December. Andy White writes a viewpoint on page three that RA's are essential to first years, but not needed for upperclassmen. The Amazon glitch on Easter Sunday caused most of the books that had LGBTQIA+ topics to be removed. Ross Buchanan's article discusses how the American Cancer Society does not use their donations responsibly. An article about the colleges' radio station, WOO 91, is on page five. Athletic updates for the past week are on page seven and eight.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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IS Symposium, the Shack, Beall Avenue, COLBERT, NASA, William Lowell Putnam Competition, Pipe Band, RA, resident assistant, Amazon, American Cancer Society, WOO 91


College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; NASA; Amazon; American Cancer Society; Resident assistants (Dormitories); Radio stations

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2009-04-17