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The College of Wooster's new improved curriculum takes effect for the Class of 2005. Wooster's police force steps up patrols around the edge of campus, making more alcohol arrests. U.S. Representative Ralph Regula addressed college administrators from Wooster and surrounding schools at a forum on financial aid. College officials purchase three new small houses and convert seven others to provide housing for the first-year class. New alcohol policies have college officials contacting students' parents after the second alcohol violation. Additionaly, studio art faculty members, Mariana Mangubi and Bridget J. Murphy, have their mixed media works on display in the Ebert Art Center

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Wooster new curriculum, Wooster Class of 2005, Wooster police, police and college campus relations, alcohol arrests, drinking on college campuses, alcohol, public intoxication, Ralph Regula, financial aid, Wooster housing, Wooster surrounding area, Wooster first-year housing, college alcohol policies, Wooster alcohol policies, alcohol violation, Wooster alcohol violation, studio art, Wooster studio art faculty, Mariana Mangubi, Bridget J. Murphy, mixed media art, Ebert Art Center


Campus police; College students--Alcohol use; College students--Alcohol use--United States; College students--Alcohol use--Prevention; Student aid; Student housing; Wooster (Ohio); Mixed media (Art); College of Wooster. Art Museum

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-09-06

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