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A committee begins investigations into recent complaints on food quality from students at the College. The committee is also run by students, known as the Student Services Committee, and it will be looking at food quality, jobs, and public relations among other things. A stunning photo of a young girl holding a rabbit also features on the front page, and serves as an advertisement for an upcoming photography exhibit at Wooster's Art Center. The next article on the Page features Wooster's CRESCENT IN CRISIS debate, which covers political unrest in the middle east. Points from some of the main debaters are highlighted. Student requirements for membership to the National Students Association are also outlined. A Voice contributor covers the Vietnam Crisis, and how, despite the United State's arguments that it will help to curb China, the Vietnamese people are not directly affiliated and were interested in it of their own accord. On the second page, the Voice posts an article voicing their disagreement over Wooster entering the National Students Association. A Voice contributor looks at the legislative successes of Lyndon B. Johnson, and how they are affecting the country. Another examines the upcoming mayor elections in New York City, and who has the best chance of winning. A satirical piece about linking having a beard with being a beatnik is written near the bottom of the page. Page three is dedicated to sports at the College, and not unusually they appear to be having a rough week. The sports opinion column applauds the football team for their valiant efforts while playing Muskingum. Also on this page, a special issue of The Atlantic is advertised, looking specifically at issues existing on College campuses across America. On page four, letters to the editor are published. Additionally there is an informational piece on an upcoming performance at the College by Michael Davis, a violinist. Poet James Dickey will also be visiting the College to read his work. There is an advertisement for Bonne Bell products, published by a local pharmacy. Bonne Bell would later go on to be well known world wide for their Lip Smackers products.
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Student Services Committee, photography, Art Center, Crescent in Crisis, Middle East, National Students Association, Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson, beatniks, Muskingum University, Michael Davis, James Dickey, performances, poetry, violin, Bonne Bell
College students--Conduct of life; Middle East; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973; Beat generation; College sports; Dickey, James
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-10-29" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 116.