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The new Student Government Association President outlines his upcoming plans. The front page article features the Dean of Men's decision to allow freshmen students into Kenarden and Andrews. Construction plans for the dining hall that would go on to become Kittredge Hall are announced by President Lowry. A Voice contributor writes a piece focusing on a letter he recently received over a speech he gave, which typifies him as a beatnik. He turns the situation into a call for action on injustices in the country. There is a piece urging for donations to a scholarship fund to support "negro" students incoming to the College, potentially affected by the civil rights movement. Page three takes a look at predictions for spring sports teams in the country. The newly formed lacrosse club is featured and their upcoming plans outlined. On the fourth page, the article on the Student Government Association is continued from the front. The rest of the page is filled with advertisements.
The College of Wooster
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Student Government Association, SGA, Kenarden Hall, Andrews Hall, Kittredge Hall, construction, beatnik, students of color, lacrosse club, advertising, scholarship, civil rights
College student government; College buildings; Beat generation; College athletics; Advertisements; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-04-16" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 106.