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This edition of the Wooster Voice was published September 27th, 1968. The Voice is a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines a proposed bill in Congress which would withdraw federal defense fund scholarships to anti Vietnam War demonstrators, an attempt by the Student Government Association (SGA) to change the "social climate" on campus, and an update to the Scot's Key to clarify the College's policy on drug use. Page 2, the opinion section, features a piece remarking on the implications of the successful French test of a Hydrogen Bomb in the South Pacific over the summer. Also featured is a piece condemning the social policy, and another piece criticizing the administration for not inducing changes. Page 3 features a piece remarking on the chaos in the aftermath of the 1968 Democratic Party Convention and the treatment of the protestors by security forces and the resulting riots. Page 4 is the sports section, and page 5 consists of continued articles, as does page 6.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1968-09-27" (1968). The Voice: 1961-1970. 176.