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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on December 10 of 2004 is twelve pages long. A community agreement was found defaced with a swastika in Babcock Hall on Monday morning. The 'Walton Challenge' is still $1.4 million short of its goal for the renovation of Kauke. The college's radio station is undergoing a makeover, receiving a new name, logo, and slogan--WCWS 90.9 FM to Woo 91. Dean of Admissions Paul Deutsch is on academic leave as of December 1. The Archaeology Department sponsored the lecture on December 2 by Robert C. Walter, Professor of Geology at Case Western Reserve University. On December 8, Emissaries from Israel, previous members of the Defense Force of the Israeli Army, visited the college. Liz Weiss wrote an article about the Honor Code that is on page five. This week's athletic updates are from page ten to twelve.
The College of Wooster
Emissaries from Israel, swastika graffiti, Woo 91, Dean of Admissions Paul Deutsch, Walton Challenge, Kauke renovation, Robert Walker, Honor Code
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Honor codes (Higher education); Renovation of buildings; College radio stations
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2004-12-10" (2004). The Voice: 2001-2011. 374.