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This edition of the Wooster Voice was published February 10th, 1967. The Voice is a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines commentary on the Vietnam bombings by Harrison Salisbury of the New York Times. Also featured is a photo of the Kauke Arch filled with snow, a Wooster tradition which in those days meant that classes were cancelled for the next day, and a report on folksingers at a local carnival. Page 2, the opinion section, features a piece strongly criticizing the drinking policy and its stiff penalties for students found drinking, and a piece praising the new Zeitgeist gathering place on campus. Page 3 features a piece on the passing of the Winter Term by a faculty vote so as change Wooster to a four-one-four credit system, and a charity dinner for war victims in Vietnam. Page 4 features "Hell Week" rosters, containing the names of all students rushing fraternities and sororities that semester. Page 5 features a Student Government Association (SGA) conference on the meaning of marriage, and the SGA's appropriation of funding for various events. Pages 6-7 are the sports section. Page 8 features continued articles and advertisements.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


No Copyright - United States


SGA, Hell Week, sororities, fraternities, Vietnam bombings, Harrison Salisbury, New York Times, Kauke Arch, Zeitgeist, athletics, charity dinner


Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Hazing; College students--Alcohol use--United States--Prevention; College students--Alcohol use--United States; College students--Alcohol use; Fraternities & sororities

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1967-02-10