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Due to an oversaturation of white, Presbyterian students, the Student Government Association, alongside Admissions, is focusing on bringing in more "Negro" [sic] students to the College in the coming year. Rene Dubos, the first Centennial speaker, looked at man's alienation from nature. A Wooster student currently staying in Allahabad, reflects upon his experiences there. He is a representative for Wooster-In-India. Once again, administration met with students to discuss the food quality issue. A student piece examines social issues on campus, such as dating, and the food service dispute. The Voice reflects on the College seemingly not holding up what it purports to be its values on paper. A student reflects on his experience building and living in a cabin, away from the College. In page three sports, the Wooster basketball team finally had a success. There is a piece under the Campus News Notes, offering Wooster men a "Slave for a Day" [sic] where women from the Peanuts sorority will be "auctioned off" [sic] to the highest bidder to follow them around for the day.
The College of Wooster
Student Government Association, admissions, students of color, recruitment, Rene Dubos, Wooster in India, Allahabad, food services, social life, basketball, sororities, hazing
College student government, Universities and colleges--United States--Admission, College students, Black, Dubos, René J. (René Jules), 1901-1982, College students--Conduct of life, College sports, Greek letter societies, Hazing
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1966-02-18" (1966). The Voice: 1961-1970. 124.