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Speaker Dr. James Robinson is highlighted in a piece on the front page. He is involved with Wooster's Emphasis Africa. There has been the idea proffered of forming a Wooster chapter of Americans for the Re-Appraisal of Far-Eastern Policy. This organization would focus on current political and moral issues. Once the Student Government Association heard about its proposed formation, they formed a committee to discuss it. Shaft, a publication focusing largely on poetry has been formed as a sort of voice for students on campus. A student contributor for the Voice praises its efforts. The Student Government Association looked at the purpose of a Trustee Board in their recent forum series. They also looked at the recent protest effort of Norman R. Morrison, who committed self-immolation to protest the Vietnam War. Reactions have been both of pride as well as revulsion.
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James Robinson, Emphasis Africa, Americans for the Re-Appraisal of Far-Eastern Policy, Student Government Association, Shaft, student publications, Trustee Board, Norman R. Morrison
College student government; Student publications; Morrison, Norman R., 1933-1965; College trustees
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1965-11-19" (1965). The Voice: 1961-1970. 119.