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This edition of the Voice has a black page and white text, making the images difficult to distinguish. The header of the page reads ROHO. The image on the first page of the arch filled with snow has text over it that has a word assigned to each letter of the word Wooster. This edition seems to be dedicated and written by Wooster's students of color. One article on the first pages writes about women's safety at night and how they can call campus security for an escort. Edward Gilbert wrote an article about Wooster's athletic department that is not very good. The black community of students feel that the Index gives a shameful representation of their community. Pages three, and six to eight switch the text to black and the paper to white. Those pages have the usual sport updates. Pages four and five have images of African Americans covering the pages in a collage format. The final page has a logo drawing that has the words, "Black Man on a White Campus."
The College of Wooster
No Copyright - United States
Racism, Escort, Assault, athletic department, inequality
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Racism; Inequality; Assault, Sexual
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1970-11-06" (1970). The Voice: 1961-1970. 231.