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Members of the group of Emphasis Africa speakers were discriminated against at a bar in Wooster, and the case was brought in front of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. An article advertises summer programs available for students, including one in Vienna. They are under the direction of the head of the German department. Ilona Kombrink, a well known soprano singer, is set to perform at the College of Wooster. There is an article on the bottom of page one discussing the visit of a surprise guest from South Africa to the the Emphasis Africa conference. New programs in cultural emphasis areas are outlined which will be offered at the College. An article on page two critiques inaction on the part of the student government. An article discusses the repercussions of the new rule that all students must live on campus. Due to recent complaints about the Wooster student bookstore, members of the Voice traveled to Oberlin to document their bookstore. They cover their findings in an article complete with photos. An article on page 3 discusses women in the sciences through a recent MIT conference. Pages four and five are dedicated to College sports as well as advertisements.
The College of Wooster
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dormitories, student life, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, racism, Emphasis Africa, Ilona Kombrink, student government, student bookstore
Ohio Civil Rights Commission; Africa; College buildings; Student life
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1964-11-20" (1964). The Voice: 1961-1970. 95.