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In this edition of the Voice, Hygeia Hall runs out of space to house students during an outbreak of the flu. Hiltgunt Zassenhaus, a women who resisted the Third Reich as a child, comes to speak at the College. Students and faculty, under the direction of Annetta Jefferson, put together a four part program outlining developments in American Black History; the first of which is called “Portraits in Black.” Additionally, an interview with the College of Wooster Security Chief details policies for handling students that have committed a crime.
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Hygeia Hall, Hiltgunt Zassenhaus, Third Reich, World War 2, Nazis, Nazi takeover, flu, flu outbreaks, flu outbreaks Wooster, flu outbreak 1976, Annetta Jefferson, American Black History, portraits in black, Wooster security, college security, student committed crimes
Zassenhaus, Hiltgunt; Third Reich; World War II; Nazis; Influenza; American black history; Universities and colleges--Security measures; Universities and colleges--Security measures--United States
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1976-03-05" (1976). The Voice: 1971-1980. 139.