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The first article on page one speaks about the lecture series, and its first speaker for the year, George W. Ball, who works under the Secretary of State's office. On the right side the women nominated for the position of homecoming queen are listed. The College attempts to adjust financial aid to compete with rising tuition prices. Page 2 focuses on the College holding "Emphasis Africa" a program which allows prominent historians on Africa to give addresses. A student who was able to enter Soviet Russia for academic purposes gives a review of living quality in the country. There are some featured photos of the construction of a new residence life hall and the destruction of the old housing on the spot. A Wooster student who is studying off campus in Mississippi for the year gives an overview of Vicksburg. Page four features photographs from rushing rituals. Page 5 is devoted to sports updates at the College.
The College of Wooster
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homecoming, George W. Ball, tuition, financial aid, scholarships, Emphasis Africa, Soviet Union, Africana Studies, Construction, Residence Hall, Vicksburg, Mississippi
Homecoming; Vicksburg (Miss.)--History; Soviet Union; Student housing
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1964-09-25" (1964). The Voice: 1961-1970. 87.