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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper, published on January 21 of 2005, is eight pages long. The students that defaced Bornhuetter and Holden Hall last autumn were put on trial in mid December and they have been expelled. Wireless internet has become available at Lowry Center. The goal is to have wireless internet everywhere on campus by the end of the 2007 school year. A lecture on Tuesday covered the December 26 tsunami in the Indian Ocean Basin. Martin Luther King Jr. day was observed by faculty, staff, and students on January 17. Ric Martinez will be the acting director of admissions for the remainder of the school year while Paul Deutsch is on leave. President Bush was sworn into the office for the second time on January 20th. On January 8, Ohio Light Opera tenor Brian Woods passed away from cancer. The Voice paper has been altered to be a larger size in hopes to include more articles and have more readers. The current exhibition at the College of Wooster Art Museum is titled, "William Kentridge Prints." The athletics section is from page seven to eight.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2005-01-21" (2005). The Voice: 2001-2011. 375.