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This issue of the Wooster Voice features an upcoming performance by a black South African folk singer, a presentation by a member of the U.S. Peace Corps on his experiences in Ghana, and an upcoming seminar series on safe sex and its effect on persons. Also featured is a report on a series of Wooster actions on three cases of academic dishonesty, a change in Wooster grading policy, and a report on the decision by Xavier University not to be addressed by segregationist and former Mississippi governor Ross Barnett. Page 2 features a piece questioning Wooster's transfer policy, a piece accusing Republicans of partisan politics, a piece decrying the state of the College of Wooster's library collection as too small and out of date, and a piece calling for continued racial integration after a backlash against certain types of Affirmative Action. Page 3 features a piece criticizing the Wooster Voice for its policy of not publishing letters deemed by its editors to be bitter or pessimistic about the College of Wooster, a call to join the Peace Corps, and a letter correcting a letter previously published by the Wooster Voice. Page 4 features a piece criticizing the Wooster off-campus housing situation, an upcoming organ recital, and advertisements. Page 5 is the sports section. Page 6 features a piece comparing French life to Wooster life and advertisements.
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City and town life, Segregation, Sex, Lectures, Recitals (Music), Religion, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Racism, Peace Corp, South African folk singer, Miriam Makeba, safe sex
City and town life; Segregation; Sex; Lectures; Recitals (Music); Religion; Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ); Racism; Peace Corp; College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Safe sex in the age of AIDS for men and women
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1964-02-07" (1964). The Voice: 1961-1970. 75.