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The Student-Faculty Relations Committee is struggling to keep alive. They have also passed a resolution that will allow students to lend their cars to other students. Dr. John H. Hick, a professor from Princeton, will be giving a lecture on "The Hidden God" this Sunday. Suzanne Bloch will be performing a concert on Monday. Dr. Wallace Fowlie will be giving a lecture on Thursday titled, "Picasso's Paris at the Turn of the Century." The college has received a grant of $9,859 from the Atomic Energy Commission that will be used to purchase nuclear laboratory equipment. In an article title 'Overcritical Students?' Dean Bricker states that, "If the students don't like the way the college is being run, they don't have to stay." The athletics section is printed on the third page, and continues onto the fourth page of this edition of the Voice.

Publication Date

3-1-1963

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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No Copyright - United States

Keywords

Suzanne Bloch, Dr. John H. Hick, Dr. Wallace Fowlie, Nuclear, Dean Bricker

Subject

College newspapers; College athletics; Advertisements; Lectures and lecturing

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1963-03-01

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