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In this edition of the Voice, a housing committees made up of the co-ed dorms examines the campus visitation policy. George Galster of Wooster’s economic department, in a lecture sponsored by “Bread for the World,” calls for food aid through economic incentives. An article recaps the speech given to campus by science fiction author and professor, Dr. Isaac Asimov, on the topic of “the Future of Man: Toward the Year 2000.” Additionally, the College celebrates different cultures during the “Festival of Nations” followed by Oktoberfest.
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college housing, student housing, campus housings, dormitories, co-ed dorms, dorm visitation, dorm sex segregation, all gender housing, Wooster economics department, George Galster, Bread for the World, world hunger, food aid, economic incentives for food aid, economic incentives, science fiction, Dr. Isaac Asimov, Isaac Asimov, the Future of Man, the year 2000, Festival of Nations, Oktoberfest, celebration of cultures, past predictions of the future
Science fiction; Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992; Future, The, in literature; Time perspective; Future, The; Predictions about the future; Student housing; Galster, George C., 1948-; Bread for the World (Organization); Bread for the World Institute; Bread for the World (Organization). Institute on Hunger & Development; Bread for the World (Organization). Educational Fund; Food relief; Oktoberfest; Oktoberfest USA
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1975-10-31" (1975). The Voice: 1971-1980. 128.