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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper was published on September 4 of 2009, and it is eight pages long. Duncan Jones, Wooster alum '95 and David Bowie's son, released his first feature film, a member of the Voice staff was able to do a phone interview with him. The first dance party of the year at the Underground (UG) did not end well, the students were disorderly and would not listen to the rules. Soup and Bread will be located in Mackey Hall this year. Holden Annex is closed this year. The new director for the Center for Entrepreneurship is James Levin. Students reflect on the College's website on the fourth page. The current exhibition on display in Special Collections is titled"The Early Textbooks and Primers." Athletic updates are highlighted on the seventh and eighth pages of this edition of the Wooster Voice.
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Duncan Jones, UG, the Underground, Soup and Bread, Holden Annex, Center for Entrepreneurship, James Levin, Special Collections
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2009-09-04" (2009). The Voice: 2001-2011. 495.