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Over 250 courses are approved to meet new Wooster degree requirements. In response to a student petition, the College has changed its policies on publicizing reports of rape and sexual assault. Student's march outside Kauke Hall to honor survivors of violence and sexual assault, and to protest hate crimes. The edition has a review of Lee Tamahori's film "Along Came a Spider" adapted from the Detective Alex Cross novels by James Patterson. Additionally, Ebert Art Center displays Holly Morrison's photography exhibit on the Cleveland area and Romance architecture.
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degree requirements, college policies on publicizing reports of rape, rape, sexual assault on college campuses, sexual assault, policies, rape policy, sexual assault survivors, sexual violence, hate crime protest, Lee Tamahori, Along Came a Spider, Detective Alex Cross, James Patterson, Ebert Art Center, Holly Morrison, photography, romance architecture
Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs; Rape; Rape in universities and colleges; Rape--Reporting [proposed]; Sex crimes; Sexual abuse victims; Hate crimes; Tamahori, Lee; Patterson, James, 1947- Alex Cross series; College of Wooster. Art Museum; Morrison, Holly; Photography; Cleveland (inhabited place)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-04-12" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 281.