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This edition of the Wooster Voice was published on February 1 of 2001, and it is twelve pages in length. It discusses the administration's decision to shift the home of Greek organizations to Bissman and the Science and Humanities to Andrews Hall, in order to combat an overhaul of the housing department. Due to recent drug arrest on campus, the Voice restates the college's policy on drug use. The issue details upgrades being made to McGaw Chapel. The college is preparing for a trial in August regarding the hazing allegations made by former student Chris Babis. An article on page eight compares the new Ebert Art Center to the Severance Gymnasium which used be in that building. The viewpoints section includes four political science professors forecast on the Bush presidency. The Voice features a piece on DJ Warren Strickland as well as student's rallying for India earthquake relief. Athletic updates for the past week are from page ten to twelve.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Bissman, Andrews Hall, Wooster housing department, McGaw Chapel, Wooster drug policy, hazing, trial, lawsuit, Chris Babis, Ebert Art Center, Severance Gymnasium, Earthquake, DJ Warren, Bush presidency


Student housing; College buildings; College buildings--Ohio; Drugs; Hazing; Lawsuits; College athletics

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-02-01