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This issue of the Wooster Voice headlines plans for Homecoming, a series of lectures on the influence of Byzantium on Russian Culture, and the University of Alabama's censorship of Mel Meyer who is under threat of expulsion if he continues to write editorials on "racial matters" in the school paper. Page 2 features an article exploring President John F. Kennedy's decision to sell wheat to the USSR, a guide for freshmen deciding whether to rush, and if so how to choose which Greek organization to rush. Also featured is a proposed revision in the Student Government Association to loosen the Wooster alcohol rules to a total prohibition on the use of alcohol at student organizations. Page 3 features an article on scholarships, an upcoming play, and a report on changes in alcohol policy at DePauw University. Page 4 features a report on the Scot Marching Band, and an article consisting of an introductory paragraph to every international student attending Wooster at the time of publication. Page 5 is the sports section. Page 6 features a report on Dorm Leader Elections, a report on the activities of Young Republicans at Wooster, and advertisements.
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Protest movements--United States, academic libraries (institutions), Advertisements, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854-, Segregation, Student Exchange, Student Government, Student movements, College students--Alcohol use, censorship, Mel Meyer, University of Alabama, President John F. Kennedy, USSR
Protest movements--United States; academic libraries (institutions); Advertisements; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Segregation; Student Exchange; Student Government; Student movements; College students--Alcohol use; Censorship; University of Alabama
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1963-10-18" (1963). The Voice: 1961-1970. 66.