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The headline article "College of Wooster reaccreditation process continues" describes the criteria faculty and students need to meet in order to get the college reaccredited. "Res Life asks for a number of rising seniors to move off campus" reports on the housing shortage affecting seniors' ability to live on campus. Another news article, "Scot Center changes hours; now closes at 10 p.m.," is about the reduction of hours at the Scot Center in reaction to maintaining the allotted student employment budget. Features includes a week-long LGBTQ+ celebration led by Spectrum called the "Seven Days of Gays," as well as a talk from Robert Rummel-Hudson, author of "Schuyler's Monster: A Father's Journey with His Wordless Daughter." In Arts and Entertainment, the Voice looks at the Spring Dance Concert and the student-run nonprofit Project Gallery. This section also reports on an art museum showcase and a review of the show How I Met Your Mother. The Sports section's articles showcase women's lacrosse, softball, and baseball.

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reaccreditation, Higher Learning Commission, Residence Life, senior living, housing shortage, Scot Center, student employment, Margaret Thatcher, dorm safety, LGBTQ, Spectrum, dance concert, Project Gallery, art museum, lacrosse, softball, baseball

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Universities and colleges--Accreditation; Dormitories; College students--Employment; Gay rights; Sexual minorities; Lacrosse; Softball; Baseball

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2013-04-12