Download Full Text (2.4 MB)
This edition of the newspaper includes an article on the graduating recitals of the senior class in Music that were to be held in the Conservatory and includes a program of the upcoming recitals, encouraging students to attend and provide their support. Another article titled Communication is written by the editor addressing the request made by a student proposing Monday as a holiday instead of Saturday, and debates the various pros and cons of the implementation of such a request. This edition also includes an article describing the purchase made by the college of a first edition of Johnson’s Dictionary which was to be placed in the University Library as a memorial of their work and as a legacy to the future generations of Wooster students. Later in the paper, an article discusses the highlights of the ninety-sixth annual commencement of the Princeton Theological Seminary which was held in Miller Chapel on May 5th, marking a significant event in Wooster’s academic history. Advertisements from local businesses have been distributed throughout the newspaper.
The College of Wooster
No Copyright - United States
Graduating Recitals, Seniors, Class of 1908, Music Majors, Conservatory, Communication, Editorial, First Edition, Johnson's Dictionary, University Library Memorial, Ninety-Sixth Annual Commencement, Princeton Theological Seminary, Miller Chapel, historical advertisements
Recitals (Music); Music--Conservatories; University libraries; chapels (rooms or structures)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1908-05-13" (1908). The Voice: 1901-1910. 159.