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In this edition of the Voice, Kieffer House becomes the 7th off campus program house at Wooster and features an environmental focus. The College’s new off-campus employment office offers off-campus job opportunities to students. Wooster student, Gaye Kelly, became the first female lifeguard in Atlantic City during her summer break. Additionally, construction begins on a new waterfall/fountain outside the Lowry Center.
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Kieffer House, Wooster program houses, environmental programs, off-campus housing, Wooster off-campus employment, student employment, student work opportunities, Gaye Kelly, first female lifeguard in Atlantic City, Wooster waterfalls, Wooster fountains, Lowry Center, Lowry Center waterfall
Student housing; Environmental education--Activity programs; Students--Employment; College students--Employment; College students--Employment--United States; Fountains
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1975-10-03" (1975). The Voice: 1971-1980. 124.