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Lowry Center was filled with 6 inches of water at 4 am on Monday morning when the main water valve broke. On Thursday Reverend Arthur Gish gave a presentation related to Christianity and faith. Next week Monday through Thursday is officially Communications week, there will be well known speakers and movies shown. A student run Free Crisis Center phone line is now in operation from 8pm to 6am daily. Another line to call is known as Fish, it is ran out of a church, and 8 to 12 people work for answering phone calls. There is an article on page four titled, "One Woman's Voice," it addresses two different college student's stories about their abortion experience.

Publication Date

1-29-1971

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

Rights

No Copyright - United States

Keywords

Religion, Flood damage, Christianity, Communications, Crisis (Mental health services), Abortion, Racism and language

Subject

Religion and human rights; Damage, Flood; university and college buildings; Christian; Induced abortion; Pregnancy termination; Bias, Racial

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1971-01-29

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