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This edition of the Wooster Voice from March 23, 1962, heads with an article regarding the six Color Day Queen candidates. The elections will occur on Monday. The Academic Honor Code is being presented to the faculty on the evening of the 26th. P. T. Raju from the University of Rajputana in India will be coming to teach at Wooster next year under the Gillespie Professorship. Bill Thompson is presenting an experimental theater production of Gerhart Hauptmann's Hanneles Himmelfahrt. The students who have taken out petitions for the Student Senate positions thus far are listed in an article on the first page. 377 student names have been release for the Dean's List. On April 12, Dean Emeritus William Taeusch will be speaking on C. P. Snow's The Search. Anything related to sports can be discovered on the third page.
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Color Day Queen, elections, Academic Honor Code, Honor system, Gillespie Professorship, experimental theater, Student Senate, Dean's List
College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Honor system; Experimental theater; Elections
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1962-03-23" (1962). The Voice: 1961-1970. 33.