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The Dean's List has been released for the previous semester at the College, and 157 students made the cut, which is an unusually high number. Willie Lay, a space expert, recently gave a speech at the College in which he talked about the possibility of a space base or a colony on the moon, believing that it is possible within the next few years. The College won against other Colleges to host the National Defense Summer Institute of History, which caters to history teachers across America. The College Radio Station is looking into broadcasting in AM, so that they can better cover the sports events of the College. A student piece expresses worry over student apathy toward political matters on the College campus, among others. A good review is given for the campus's adaption of Moliere's Tartuffe. The Wooster basketball team continues along with their winning streak. An interview with a student reveals the troubles of working a job at the same time as studying.
The College of Wooster
Dean's List, Willy Ley, Space travel, moon base, College of Wooster Radio, National Defense Summer Institute of History, Student Life, Moliere, basketball
Ley, Willy, 1906-1969, Space flight, College radio stations, National Defense Research Institute (U.S.), College students--Conduct of life, College sports
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-02-26" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 102.