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For the 1962-1963 school year, Philip Brown and Frances Hopkins will be taking over as editor and managing editor. The Student Senate will be presenting the Honor System to faculty at their meeting in April. The new Honor System will be put into place in the fall. On Monday evening, Professor Richard Eells will be giving a lecture on, "The Changing Profile of the Business Man." The Men's Glee Club will be performing their home concert under the direction of Mr. Karl Trump next Friday. On March 24, the Karamu Dancers, a modern dance group, will be performing in the Severance Gymnasium. The Student Senate elections will occur next week. An article from the The New Republic magazine is reprinted on the second page. The athletic schedules, results, and happenings are on the third page. The Galpin Art Museum will have the exhibit "2,000 Years of Chinese Painting" on display until April 9. The 3rd and 7th sections have received $300 fines from Hell Week. Hygeia has acquired a sterilizer from the fundings of 34 alumni.
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College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Honor system; Glee clubs; Modern dance; Museum exhibits
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1962-03-16" (1962). The Voice: 1961-1970. 32.