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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspaper was published on April 21 of 2017, and it is eight pages total. The first page includes the Story of the Week. This story details Evan White's initiation of the free tampon collection petition on in order to provide free menstrual products in main bathrooms on campus for those who cannot afford them. To tie this in with students on campus, resident assistant's will be holding menstrual drives. The tuition for the 2017-2018 school year has been raised to $60,000. Campus Council has decided to charter a new group known as the European Students Association. The security briefs are on the second page: theft, vandalism, assault, harassment, and disorderly. Lydia Schwartz's article on page three is in response to the dropping of the Massive Ordinance Air Blast bomb. The First Generation Students Organization (FGSO) will be hosting their first event on April 26. Students of Madonna Hettinger’s Historical Preservation workshop are working on preserving the Scot Cottage through photos, archival material, and artifact, the cottage will be torn down this summer. The athletic updates for the week are on pages seven and eight.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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tampon collection, fundraising, tuition increase, Campus Council, European Students Association, menstrual drive, security briefs, Massive Ordinance Air Blast, First Generation Students Organization (FGSO), Scot Cottage

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College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Aerial bombing; Menstrual hygiene products; Tuition; First-generation college students

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2017-04-21