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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on October 29 of 2010, is eight pages long. On Saturday, Wooster Volunteer Network's volunteer week kicked off with a bunch of new events and opportunities. College campuses are still seeing a rise in substance abuse, including both drugs and alcohol. Students and faculty were given the opportunity to sign a beam of the new Scot Center, which is scheduled to open in January of 2012. A column on the left side of page two titled "Bite-Size News" discussed the volcano that erupted in Indonesia and the 'Hiccup Woman' who is on trial for murder. The 'Campus Security Briefs' section on the second page has reports of suspects throwing bushes at each other. Lee McKinstry writes a review about the Catfish documentary which addresses the realities of online relationships. The weekly athletics updates are from page seven to eight.
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Scot Center, WVN, Wooster Volunteer Network, volunteer, substance abuse, Hiccup Woman, volcano, Indonesia, Catfish, online relationships
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Substance abuse; Volunteering; Documentary-style films
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2010-10-29" (2010). The Voice: 2001-2011. 526.