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This edition of the Wooster Voice was published on September 21 of 2007, and it is a total of eight pages in length. Performance and Conceptual Artist Damali Ayo performed on campus on Wednesday. Jeffrey Brand-Ballard lectured on September 17 on, "Must Judges Respect the Constitution?" On September 15 approximately 40 Wooster students ventured to the US capital in order to protest the Iraq War. Roza Anthony writes about her summer experience working in a nursing home on page three. Zach Goode '99 was the winner of a national video contest which was in support of Hillary Clinton for President. A new restaurant opened up downtown over the summer, and so far it is good. The restaurant is called 'Broken Rocks Cafe and Bakery.' The athletic updates for the week are on pages seven and eight.
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Damali Ayo, Performance Artist, Jeffrey Brand-Ballard, protest, Hillary Clinton, Broken Rocks, nursing home, summer work, protest, Iraq War
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2007-09-21" (2007). The Voice: 2001-2011. 444.