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The headlining article for this issue of the Voice covers the merging of two literary magazines on campus, after they felt they could better address issues as a collective body. The festivities of homecoming as well as the crowning of the queen are detailed. This issue also contains the full list of students who achieved a 3.5-4.0 GPA in the previous semester. Don Drumm from Akron will be the featured artist in Wooster's art gallery. Students, or more specifically, the Voice was disappointed with the Chapel's recent attempts in international outreach. Page two also discusses the relaunch and restructuring of the Young Republicans. The paper praises last year's Sadie Hawkins festivities. Harvey Tilden, a regular Voice contributor writes a column on disjunctive poetry, and relates it back to the upcoming 'Pepsi Generation' of America, and changing styles of writing. At a New Jersey university, a Professor is facing backlash for supporting the Vietcong. Page three is dedicated to weekly sports news. Wooster recently lost to Ohio Wesleyan University in soccer. Page four is largely advertisements for flowers, clothes, and shoes. There is a featured ad for the movie Billie at the Wooster theater.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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literary magazines, homecoming, Dean's List, Don Drumm, Young Republicans, Sadie Hawkins, Pepsi Generation, poetry, Vietcong, Billie


Homecoming; Drumm, Don, 1935-; National Republican Young Men (U.S.); College students--Conduct of life; Pepsi-Cola Company; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; College athletics; Advertisements; College newspapers

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-10-08