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This edition of the Wooster Voice was published April 17th, 1941. The Voice is a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines a change in editorial policy by the new editorial board of the Voice. The Voice, it proclaims, will attempt to shape public opinion rather than providing unvarnished accounts of events. Also featured is a report on the new board itself and an obituary for Birt Babcock, for whom Babcock Hall on campus is named. Finally, there is a column on troop movements on the various fronts of WWII including the invasion of Yugoslavia, and the US takeover of Greenland defenses. Page 2 features a criticism of the Wooster Love Song by a Freshman. Also featured is a complaint that the Administration of the college campus is causing apathy, and an anecdote about American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Page 3 is the sports section. Page 4 features a report on a chapel lecture, a math club trip, and continued articles.
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Student activities; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-04-17" (1941). The Voice: 1941-1950. 10.