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In this edition of the Voice, students gather for an early 1960s themed event in Wooster Public Square. In a discussion with Wooster students and faculty, to address rape on the campus, Wooster chief of security outlined the procedure one should follow if they are attacked. Additionally, an expert on African and third world literature, Dr. Naomi Garrett, speaks to the college as part of an invitation from the Wooster French and Black Studies department.
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African literature, third world literature, Dr. Naomi Garrett, Wooster French department, Wooster Black Studies department, rape at the College of Wooster, rape on college campuses, rape, safety, rape reporting, American Graffiti, early 1960s, greasers
African literature; Garrett, Naomi Mills; French and francophone studies; African Americans--Study and teaching; Art, African; Rape; Rape in universities and colleges; Rape victims; Universities and colleges--Safety measures; Rape--Reporting [proposed]; American graffiti (Motion picture); Nineteen sixties
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1975-11-21" (1975). The Voice: 1971-1980. 131.