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The first page of this issue of the newspaper has an announcement of upcoming construction on the campus. Multiple buildings were built and/or renovated that year, including an addition to Holden and Compton halls, the renovation of Kauke Hall, and construction of a new library (Andrews Library). On one of the pages that follows, there is a small piece on the sit-ins that were occurring in the south during 1960. The individual that wrote this piece critiques the lack of action of students on campus, asking the student body if they are willing to take responsibility. Toward the end of the issue, there is information regarding student life, such as a campus concert from a group called "Four Freshmen". The issue ends with articles about various athletic events on campus and advertisements from local businesses.
The College of Wooster
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construction, renovation, Kauke Hall, Holden Hall, Compton Hall, athletics, advertisements, businesses
College newspapers; College athletics
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1960-05-06" (1960). The Voice: 1951-1960. 220.