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There is an article regarding a poll about how students feel about athletics and the physical education requirements at the college. Fannie Lou Hamer, a rights activists, was unable to speak last Tuesday because her home was bombed for the second time within the last month. On February 5 at Kent State, fifteen student organizations banded together to protest the United States involvement in Laos, and end the aggression in Southeast Asia. One student writes her concern about Wooster not being able to ever break out of the Judeo-Christian bubble after learning her Indian Studies major would no longer exist. The final page is just a bunch of sketches from probably the back of the newspaper.
The College of Wooster
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athletics, Physical Education, Fannie Lou Hamer, activist, bombing, war, protest, Indian Studies, Judeo-Christian
College athletics; Armed conflict (War); Protest movements, War
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1971-02-19" (1971). The Voice: 1971-1980. 6.