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This edition of the Wooster Voice was published February 2nd, 1975. The Voice is a student run newspaper published at the College of Wooster. This issue headlines an address by Congressman Robert Bergland (D-Minn) criticizing materialism in American society brought to light by the oil crisis. Also featured is a report on a socialist view of the American Revolution and a report on a lecture on Christian ethics in the Religion Department. Page 2 is the opinion section and features a piece condemning the theft of Wooster stop signs, a piece arguing that normalization of gay people is wrong and that gay people need psychiatric help, a piece calling for more efficiency in the campus dining, and a piece speculating on President Ford's reelection chances. Page 3 features a piece exploring artists' "death wishes," a film review, and a book review. Page 4 consists of advertisements and a continuation of the Ford piece. Page 5 features continued articles, club announcements, and advertisements. Pages 6-7 are the sports section, and page 8 consists of advertising and a continuation of the religious piece from the front page.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


No Copyright - United States


Religion Department, homophobia, homosexuality, Congressman Robert Bergland, President Ford, theft, campus dining


United States. President (1974-1977 : Ford); Christianity; Homophobia--United States; Homophobia; Homosexuality; Homophobia in higher education

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1975-02-21