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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper is eight pages long, and it was published on December 1 of 2006. Articles about the three presidential candidates that will take over after Stanton Hales' retirement are included on page one and two. On Wednesday, Rick Foster '71, U.S. Chief Actuary, spoke about the economic problems in health care that are occurring. Sarah Gollwitzer writes about her experience attending the protest at School of the Americas on page three. Members of Peace by Peace and ECOS/Greenhouse sort through the food at Lowry a few times a semester in order to weigh how much food we are wasting. Katie Fould's article on page three is a response to Emily Gillette's breast feeding controversy. The athletic updates for this week are on pages seven and eight.
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presidential candidates, food waste, Peace by Peace, ECOS/Greenhouse, Rick Foster, protest, School of the Americas, breastfeeding
College athletics; College newspapers; Green living; Food waste; Breastfeeding; Presidential candidates; Protest movements; U.S. Army School of the Americas
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2006-12-01" (2006). The Voice: 2001-2011. 425.