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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on November 7 of 2003, is twelve pages long. Results of the local election are featured on the first page, only 44% of registered voters turned out to vote. On November 4 the final Black Studies Seminar for this semester was given by Ric Sheffield, a professor ay Kenyon College, his lecture was titled, "Making a Case for 'Mo' Better Apologies: Race, Remorse, and Criminal Sentencing." Students and staff are having many issues accessing their emails, often locked out of the accounts for lengthy periods of time. The Women's Resource Center sold cookies in Lowry Center, the "Pay Equity Bake Sale", in order to raise awareness to the gender inequality. A group of students protested in front of Security on November 1. Eliza Cramer writes about the security for the USS Constitution at Boston Harbor. The weekly athletics updates are from page ten to twelve.
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Ric Sheffield, voting, Back Studies Seminar, protest, USS Constitution, Women's Resource Center, bake sale, gender inequality
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; U.S.S. Constitution; Voting; Bake sales; Inequality
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2003-11-07" (2003). The Voice: 2001-2011. 74.