Download Full Text (8.5 MB)
This edition of the Voice begins with a listing of available positions for graduating seniors. One position includes the note: "The university will consider only Protestant Christians with proven interest in Christian activities." Dr. Wishart, then president of the college, explains the recent $25.00 tuition increase. The authors announce that "Mary Smucker has been appointed the campus representative of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies." Nominations for May Queen are announced and Senator George William Norris is introduced as the speaker for the college's 75th commencement. Dr. J. Harry Cotton is listed as a guest preacher. On the second page, the section "In answer" seems to respond to allegations listed in a letter to the editor in the previous edition. This page also includes the results of a survey on student drinking habits.
The College of Wooster
No Copyright - United States
World War II, tuition increase, National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, Senator George William Norris, commencement speakers, student drinking, pre-war sentiments
Tuition; May queens; Graduation (School); Alcohol; College student newspapers and periodicals; Letters to the editor; Students; World War, 1939-1945
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1941-03-13" (1941). The Voice: 1941-1950. 7.