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This edition of the Wooster Voice opens with an article about new renovations of Lowry Student Center. Students returned to campus after winter break to the new million-dollar dining hall. While the dining hall was a surprise to all students, College faculty and staff had been discussing this since 1999. The project was completed in under a month, with people working around the clock. Further in the paper, there is an article about a paleontological discovery by a Wooster alum. Paleontologist and Wooster graduate, Lisa Park, while on an expedition in East Africa, discovered a shrimp-like species. Park named this species Gomphocythere wilsoni, after her college advisor and geology professor at the College, Mark Wilson. Towards the end of the paper, there is a section about American students abroad, and their opinions and experiences in a changing world. The paper ends with information about sports and athletic events at the college.
The College of Wooster
renovations, construction, dining hall, campus, student life, geology, paleontology, sports, athletics
dining halls; Geology; Athletics; Renovation (Architecture); Construction; Paleontology; Advertisements; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2002-01-17" (2002). The Voice: 2001-2011. 298.