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Changes are coming for student dining, something which was long requested by students. The main change is the breakfast hours have been extended by the administration, and talks are in place to create a dining requests committee. Two Wooster students were recently caught shoplifting, and they are in the process of being prosecuted. Artist George Olson's paintings are being displayed at the College Art Center. 1/3 of the student body has luckily achieved honor roll. The College is recognizing that it is becoming more difficult to get students into grad schools as the application rates are rising. Even though Wooster's basketball is out of the running for the OAC tournament, Hiram and the Akron Zips on the other hand are doing better. The Scot band is requesting to be able to wear trousers for an upcoming performance, however the Dean enforces that they must wear kilts.

Publication Date

3-5-1965

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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Keywords

dining services, crime, shoplifting, George Olson, honor roll, grad schools, basketball, Scot Band

Subject

Olson, George, 1936-, Shoplifting, Universities and colleges--Food service, College sports, Universities and colleges--Graduate work

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-03-05

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