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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on December 5 of 2003, is twelve pages long. The Town Hall meeting held on Wednesday was attended by students who brought up many concerns related to security, technology, parking, and others. On December 1 World AIDS Day was brought awareness to by the UJAMAA group. Edith Hall's speech on December 3rd was titled, "Why Has There Been So Much Greek Tragedy on Public Stages since 1969?" Babcock, Holden, and Douglass will be the residence halls that will stay open over winter break. Twenty students from Wooster joined 10,000 people in protest of the School of the Americas/WHISC two weekends ago. The weekly athletics updates are from page ten to twelve.
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UJAMAA, Edith Hall, speech, Classicist, School of the Americas, WHISC, protest, Town Hall meeting
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Western Hemisphere Institute on Security Cooperation (U.S.); Hall, Edith, 1959-; Protest movements; Student activism
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2003-12-05" (2003). The Voice: 2001-2011. 348.