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This edition of The Wooster Voice includes an article celebrating the college’s procurement of the Endowment Fund from the Rockefeller Education Commission. The article is featured on the first page of the newspaper and is a tribute to President Holden who led the campaign for the endowment and under who administration nearly a million and a half dollars have been raised for Wooster. This article goes on to the second page and includes a complete financial breakdown and review of the value of the buildings built within the past nine years, the annual deficit and the new assets in the means of endowments. Additionally, this edition includes an article on the highlights of the successful Spring Concert produced by the Oratorio Chorus. The section dedicated to Editorial, characteristic of the editions in this time period, celebrated the endowment received and went into further detail regarding its procurement. Furthermore, it include a piece informing the student body of the artist, a former student, who designed and gifted the drawing that forms the cover page of The Wooster Voice. This edition of the newspaper also includes an article on the upcoming lecture to be given by the Secretary of the American Peace Society at Boston on the movement for international peace. Advertisements from local businesses have been distributed throughout the latter half of the newspaper.
The College of Wooster
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Endowment Fund, Rockefeller Education Commission, President Holden, Spring Concert, Oratorio Chorus, Secretary of the American Peace Society, Movement for International Peace, historical advertisements
Endowments; Concerts; Art; colleges (buildings)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "Wooster voice. (Wooster, Ohio), 1908-04-15" (1908). The Voice: 1901-1910. 155.