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Wooster administration considers a student petition that would mandate more public information about reports of rape on campus. Due to recent changes in state code made by the Ohio Department of Education, the Wooster Department of Education undergoes significant transition. Board of Trustees Chair James R. Wilson gifts Wooster an endowment of $2 million. Wooster graduate and environmental regulator, Lisa Morris, states that Ohio won't meet federal mandates for improving the quality of its rivers and streams. An article discusses whether or not a degree from Wooster is useful. The edition has a review and discussion on "The Gallon Challenge: The Movie." Additionally, the issue includes highlights from the spring dance concert directed by Professor Kim Tritt.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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mandate on public information about rape, rape on college campuses, rape on Wooster campus, federal education, state education code, Ohio Department of Education, board of trustees, James R. Wilson, Wooster endowment, environmental regulations, Wooster alum, Lisa Morris, Ohio water quality, federal water mandates, Ohio rivers, The Gallon Challenge: The Movie, The Gallon Challenge, spring dance concert, Kim Tritt


Rape; Rape in universities and colleges; Date rape; Federal aid to education; Ohio. Department of Education; College of Wooster. Board of Trustees.; Endowments; College of Wooster. Alumni Association; Environmental protection; Water quality; Rivers--Ohio; Dance; Modern dance

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-04-05