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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper, published on December 6 of 2002, is twelve pages long. Online class registration is still in the process of implementation, and probably will not be ready for another two years. Dave Tarbell of the class of 2004 was released from Muscogee County Jail in Georgia on November 24. He was arrested for trespassing on federal property at the School of Americas protest which occurred on November 16. Mary Young, former faculty member at the college, passed away on November 15. The Phi Omega Sigma's are unable to take an official pledge class this year due to missed meetings. Justin Hart's article on the second page reviews the security incidents of the semester, some that have yet to be resolved. The biannual Friends and Neighbors event will be held at the house of President Hales. This event and the organization that raises money for Every Woman's House. One area the college might be lowering the budget for is financial aid. A new Erotica store opened on Liberty Street and community members are protesting it. Angel Pappalardo has written a review and overview of the new film, "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." The final three pages of the newspaper feature the weekly athletics updates.
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School of Americas protest, online registration, Mary Young, death, Phi Omega Sigma, Friends and Neighbors, Every Woman's House, budget cuts, Harry Potter
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2002-12-06" (2002). The Voice: 2001-2011. 323.