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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper, The Wooster Voice, was published on April 7 of 2006, and it is eight pages long. Registration will take place online this year using the database Scotweb. A lecture by Professor of English at Oberlin College, Pat Day, was sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta. Day spoke about the 1933 "King Kong" film. The Greeks were threatened with an email right after spring break that they would need to fill Bissman fully or some to all of the members would be removed to allow others to live there. Two juniors, Stephen Poprocki and Margaret Timmers, were chosen to receive the Goldwater Scholarship. Justine McCullough writes about this year's IS Monday celebration on page four. Also on the fourth page are the shortest, longest, most unique, tongue twisters, and advanced titles. Photos from the celebration are on the fifth page. The executive assistant to secretary, Sally Whitman has completed her thirteen year journey to receiving her undergraduate degree at Wooster. The athletic updates for the week are on pages seven and eight.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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Scotweb, King Kong, Bissman, Greek Organizations, Goldwater Scholarship, IS Monday, Sally Whitman


College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; King Kong (Motion picture : 1933); Fraternities & sororities

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2006-04-07