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The paper opens with an article where the Student Government condones the stance of the College on premarital sex on campus, as well as penalties for engaging in it. A student by the name of Ashbury is interviewed concerning his exploits in Mississippi during the height of the civil rights movement. At the bottom of page one, upcoming plans for the Student Christian Association are outlined. A list of bids for pledging in fraternities is given. On page two, the Voice staff writes of their own personal support for the changing of the premarital sex laws on campus. This is followed by a piece detailing concerns over a low participation number in Congressional Club, a form of mock government. The Voice offers its opinion on the firing of Michael Burr, editor of the Kenyon student paper. Page two ends with letters to the editor. Page three is dedicated to weekly sports news. There is a piece noting an increase in the number of co-ed PE classes available at the college. On page four, Ashbury's detailing of his trip to the Mississippi Delta is continued. Page four features a number of advertisements, mainly for clothes and other wearable goods.
The College of Wooster
student government, premarital sex, Mississippi, civil rights, Student Christian Association, congressional club, journalistic integrity, co-ed, advertisements
College student government; Premarital sex; Delta (Miss. : Region); Civil rights movements--United States
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-01-14" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 97.