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The Centennial Campaign and the Ford Challenge Grant are making progress raising money for the College. The campaigns have been going on nearly 10 years, and the donations are immense. The newly formed International Student Committee is helping new foreign students to acclimate to campus, discussing important issues such as culture shock. The front page features as well a photo of the new Westminster Church House. The Voice looks at a school called the Yellow Springs School, where the curriculum for freshmen helps them to be eased into College life instead of thrust into it. A student article looks at America as a world power and its global influence. Tom Ewell, a student of the College posted abroad at a college in Allahabad, looks at the Kashmir crisis in India, and how it is affecting Muslim-Hindu relations in the country.
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Centennial Campaign, Ford Challenge Grant, campaigns, International Student Committee, culture shock, Westminster Church House, curriculum, America, global power, Tom Ewell, Allahabad, Kashmir
Fund raising; Culture shock; Students, Foreign; College buildings; Ewing Christian College (Allahabad, India); Jammu and Kashmir (India); College athletics; Advertisements; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-09-24" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 111.