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This issue of the College of Wooster's student run newspapers was published on March 29, and it is twelve pages long. Justin Fishel's grandfather, Andy Rooney, will be this years commencement speaker. The campus wide celebrations after Wooster seniors turn in I.S are detailed. The college tears down Andrews tennis courts as part of a parking plan set to include 145 new spaces, a gated lot, and new parking rules and regulations. Wooster considers dropping the SAT requirement for application. Additionally, contemporary Christian band, Caedmon's Call, plays at the Underground. Athletic updates from the past week are highlighted from page ten to twelve.
The College of Wooster
I.S., independent study, mentored undergraduate research, I.S. Monday, tennis court, Andrews tennis courts, parking, SAT, college admission requirements, Caedmon's Call, the Underground, contemporary Christian music, Andy Rooney, commencement speaker
Independent study; Tennis; Parking; SAT (Educational test); College applications; Caedmon's Call (Musical group); Contemporary Christian music; College athletics; Commencement ceremonies; Rooney, Andy
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-03-29" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 8.