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The paper begins with reports on student government from the College; officers were elected, amendments were voted on, and decisions on changing impeachment procedure were discussed. The next article is a feature describing the current situation of a Wooster student jailed in Mississippi, who was doing work with schools there amid racial and police violence. Wooster raised money to pay her bond. Four seniors who won Woodrow Wilson Fellowships are highlighted, as well as a international student from Liberia who recently won a beauty contest. On page two, the Voice discusses their opinions on the revision of the student government that is happening. The College recently released its summer course magazine, and the Voice lists out some of the offerings. There is a note about Martin Luther King Jr. being a commencement speaker at Antioch College in June. There is a report on a conference that covered how colleges should deal with alcohol usage by students. Page three in the paper exclusively covers recent sport news. Dorothy Davis, who was the winner of Miss Liberia, featured earlier in the paper, is interviewed on the final page. The final page also features a number of advertisements targeted at young women at the College, including, shoes, socks, and women's suits.
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Student Government Association, civil rights movement, Mississippi, international students, Liberia, Martin Luther King Jr., Woodrow Wilson Fellowships, alcohol
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968; College student government; advertising; Liberia; Students, Foreign; Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-03-12" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 104.