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The edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper was published on January 15 of 2001, and it is twelve pages long. It discusses the work on the college's new health center, starting with the demolition of Hart House and the construction of the new Student Health Center. A task force was formed to examine academic integrity in the age of the internet with comments from Professor Matthew Krain. The Shack reopened on January 2 with changes in the menu, hours, and clientele outreach. This issue includes an article that details the new regulation put on blood donors by the American Red Cross. Students will be required to show their student ID and state ID (if they plan to drink) at the Underground. This issues includes stories about an intruder on campus as well as a Wooster student's debut on MTV. The athletic updates for the past week are highlighted on pages ten to twelve.
The College of Wooster
blood donors, MTV, American Red Cross, Hart House, Wooster Student Health Center, academic integrity, the Shack, the Underground
American Red Cross. Blood Services; Directed blood donations; American Red Cross; Students--Health and hygiene; Student housing; Medical centers; College athletics; Honor system (Higher education)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-01-25" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 273.