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The College will be hosting a Pastor, by the name of James T. Laney, who is an expert on the far east. He is planned to give two addresses at the College. The paper lists his travels and accomplishments. President Lowry finally addresses students concerns with the food service. He assures students that it will be addressed in the near future. Excerpts from his speech are given in the paper. A panel met to discuss possible additions and revisions to the Honor code. On page two there is a piece offering monetary aid for students in accomplishing their Independent Study projects. The aid would be coming from the University of Texas. The Voice reviews the College's performance of The Emperor, a play by Luigi Pirandello. A student reviews the Johnson administration's stances and policies on Vietnam and the Vietnam War. He finds them to be extremely lacking. Page three looks at the College's sports teams, and makes predictions for upcoming games. Page four continues the long debate with Lowry and the administration over students issues with food services and the way that they are handled. He also addresses students issues with a lacking bookstore.
The College of Wooster
James T. Laney, guest speakers, food services, student life, President Lowry, Honor Code, Independent Study, The Emperor, sports
Laney, James T., Universities and colleges--Food service, College sports, College students--Conduct of life
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1966-02-25" (1966). The Voice: 1961-1970. 125.