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The Voice highlights the opening of Bill Daywalt's production of "Godspell" on campus. An article reports on the assault of two women at the college. The Women's Resource Center invites the campus community to join in "Women's Week," a week of films, lectures, workshops, and group presentations. Erika Laquer's lecture on "the Crises of the Fourteenth Century" begins "the Dance of Death," Wooster's first Humanities symposium. Additionally, a piece states visiting theologian, Paul Lehmann, stance on the role of the Church in society.
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Women's Resource Center, Godspell, assault on college campuses, Wooster Women's Resource Center, Women's Week, feminist film, lectures on feminism, crises of the fourteenth century, the dance of death, humanities symposium, theologian, Paul Lehmann, women's rights, second wave feminism, protection of women on college campuses, assault
Sexual assault; Feminist movement; Christian theology; Theology; Lecturing; Speaking
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1980-01-18" (1980). The Voice: 1971-1980. 234.