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The Voice opens this issue by decrying Barry Goldwater as a candidate in the upcoming presidential election. The Deans of the College decided to do away with an Open Dorm policy - limiting visitors after certain hours in female dorms. The Campus hosted the visit of a principal from a College in Calicut, India. Page 2 features a piece which highlights civil-rights related bombings and violence in Mississippi. There is an opinion piece criticizing the practice of a Sadie Hawkins dance. Page three of the paper is dedicated to the weekly College sports news. Page four outlines an interesting policy which speaks on how many times students are allowed to miss 'chapel' before they are penalized.
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open dorms, dormitories, student life, Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson, India, civil rights, Sadie Hawkins, chapel
Sexism; College sports; College students--Conduct of life; Civil rights movements--United States; Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998; College athletics
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1964-10-16" (1964). The Voice: 1961-1970. 90.