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The headlining article of this edition looks at the College's Young Democrats Club. It was once considered outstanding throughout the country but now there are failings developing. An alumni from the College came to give a talk on economics, and where they are going in the future for the country. His expertise is on world population. A controversial theologian, Dr. Paul Tillich, is set to deliver a speech at the College. A wave of attacks on students scare the campus, however there are no calls for quick retaliation. The Voice appeals for students to attend the talk by Tillich in order to bridge the gap of intellectual difference. A student wrote an article on the poor choices and management of the nation's democrats in the Vietnam conflict. Another article on page two investigates a university in Iowa's ventures in Co-ed dorms. Page 3 covers entirely sports. The final page features a photo of a mangled car, affected by a tornado that had swept through nearby Pittsfield, Ohio. The College art gallery held a shown on modern architecture, curated by The Museum of Modern Art in New York. There is a large advertisement placed for diamond rings, by Pritchard Jewelers.
The College of Wooster
Young Democrats, alumni, economics, Dr. Paul Tillich, violence, Vietnam, Co-ed dorms, sports, tornado, Pittsfield, OH, Museum of Modern Art, modern architecture, Pritchard Jewelers
Young Democrats of America, advertising, Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965, Campus violence, Tornado damage, Vietnam War, 1961-1975, MoMA QNS (New York, N.Y.)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-04-23" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 107.