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Walter Anderson explains U.S. foreign policy and the Iranian domestic turmoil during a lecture at the college. Wooster takes the first steps to forming a support group for gay students. The issue includes multiple letters to the editor on the topic of homophobia on campus. There is an article on 1980 Presidential candidate Ronald Regan. Peace Corps announces increased opportunities for Americans with backgrounds in math, biology, or French. The Sixth Annual Poetry Competition sponsored by the World of Poetry offers a $1000 grand prize. Additionally, the edition tells the story of concentration camp survivor, Dan Pavlovitch.
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Walter Anderson, U.S. foreign policy, Iranian domestic turmoil, Wooster gay support group, protection for gay students, homophobia, homophobia on college campuses, 1980 Presidential candidates, Ronald Regan, Peace Corps, Annual Poetry Competition, the World of Poetry, concentration camps, holocaust survivor, Dan Pavlovitch
Survivors, Holocaust; Presidents--United States--Election--1980; Homophobic attitudes; anti-gay bias; Homophobia in high schools
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1980-05-16" (1980). The Voice: 1971-1980. 247.