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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper, published on September 20 of 2002, is twelve pages long. The Keys and ID's office was broken into over the weekend, over 500 dollars was stolen. Wooster's independent study project has been ranked second in the United States, just behind Princeton, according to "U.S. News & World Report." This year the Voice is being distributed on Friday morning instead of Thursday evening. Ann Hamilton continued the Wooster Forum, "Beyond Boundaries: Re-Mapping the Contemporary Arts." A new study abroad program will be offered in the fall of 2003 in Thailand. The assistant dean of students and director of multiethnic student affairs position has been filled by 1982 graduate Susan Lee. Kristen Jackson, of Wayne County, has been found dead after going missing from the Wayne County Fair. Twenty parking spots have become available, they will be sold at $20 for the year. Page six has descriptions about the members of the pipe band. An article about Joshua Posner and his magician skills is on the seventh page. The athletics section is featured on the final three pages.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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independent study, theft, study abroad, Kristen Jackson, bagpipes, Princeton, Wooster Forum, study abroad, Wayne County Fair


College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Study abroad; Pipe bands; Independent study

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2002-09-20