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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper was published on February 11 of 2005, and it is eight pages long. The tuition for next year will be increased to $35,290, increasing by $2,090. Three candidates have been chosen as the potential Director of Instructional Technology. The King of Nepal, King Gyanendra, cut off phone lines across the country for one week which were restored on February 8. This left students unable to contact there family, not knowing if they were safe. There is a shortage of Independent Study carrels for the first time ever. Page four has half a page of Valentines that were submitted to the Voice. The Henry Luce Foundation granted the college $270,000 for student-faculty projects for the Environmental Analysis and Action program. Angel Pappalardo and Cory Smith reviewed the local watering holes in Orrville on page five. The weekly athletic updates are from page seven to eight.

Publication Date

2-11-2005

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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In Copyright

Keywords

tuition increase, Director of Instructional Technology, King Gyanendra, Environmental Analysis and Action

Subject

College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2005-02-11

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