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Wooster remains without a full-time physician and director of student health services at Hygeia Hall for more than a year. In an article Robert Goiter, Director of Library Services, details the changes to Wooster's Andrews Library. A Wooster student plans to participate in a non-violent occupation of the Seabrook Construction site in Seabrook, New Hampshire. A piece discusses America's role in World War II, and the countries denial of Jewish refugees. The issue includes answers to commonly asked questions by college students about voter registration. The Voice supports the Wooster Democratic Coalition's push to get students to register to vote. Funds raised from Soup and Bread set to go to refugees from Vietnam in camps around southeast Asia. Additionally, the edition includes anti-smoking adds from the American Cancer Society.

Publication Date

9-21-1979

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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No Copyright - United States

Keywords

anti-nuclear protest, Hygeia Hall, director of student health services, college health services, college physicians, Robert Goiter, Wooster library services, libraries, Andrews Library, Wooster libraries, non-violent protest, non-violent occupations, Seabrook Construction site, Seabrook New Hampshire, World War II, denial of Jewish refugees, Jewish refugees, Nazis, Nazi Germany, the Holocaust, concentration camps, Auschwitz, commonly asked questions about voter registration, voter registration, college voters, Wooster Democratic Coalition, voting, Soup and Bread, Vietnam, Vietnamese refugees, American Cancer Society, anti-smoking adds, refugees camps, southeast Asia

Subject

Anti-nuclear movement; Refugees; College newspapers; Anti-smoking movement; Lung cancer

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1979-09-21

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