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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper is twelve pages long. Ground is expected to be broke for the building of the new dorm, Bornhuetter, in May of 2003. The college officials are brainstorming areas where funding could be cut to resolve the $1.8 million deficit. A new committee will meet in December to discuss the possibility of a new honor code. Students received newly formatted degree audits in their mailbox last Friday. Vanessa Lange writes how going to the College of Wooster has put her in a bubble, not knowing any of the current pop culture. Last Saturday Francis Bok spoke at the college on the ten years that he was a slave in Sudan. Michael Grenetz and the Recycling Program are sponsoring a We Recycle Day on November 19. The athletics section is on the final three pages.

Publication Date

11-15-2002

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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In Copyright

Keywords

Bornhuetter Hall, deficit, honor code, degree audit, Francis Bok, Recycle

Subject

College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Recycling; Honor codes (Higher education)

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2002-11-15

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