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This is the March 3rd, 1967, edition of the Wooster Voice, a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines an incident in which Wooster students threw snowballs at passing cars for hours, even the police, who were dissuaded by Dean Brown from using tear gas on the offenders who refused to disperse. At least eight cases of damage to cars were reported to the Wooster Police. Also featured is a report on a Student Government Association (SGA) for more student representation in campus decision making, and an obituary for Henry Luce, a notable trustee and professor of the College of Wooster. Page 2 features an opinion piece criticizing the language used by journalists to portray the Vietnam War as a black/white type conflict and a second piece recounting the refusal of the Education Committee to let students have a role in their decision making process. Page 3 features campus club elections, a study program in Argentina, and a film review. Page 4 feature campus improvements and a commentary on the piece Letters from Stalingrad, a collection of letters, journals, and diary entries from German troops stationed in Stalingrad during the battle. Page 5 details a student's experience with the Peace Corp program in Venezuela. Pages 6,7, and 8 are the sports sections or continued pieces.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


No Copyright - United States


Howard King, Henry Luce, SGA, Letters from Stalingrad, Vietnam War, Peace Corps, snowballs, car damage


Campus police; Police; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Luce, Henry Robinson, 1898-1967

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1967-03-03