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This edition of the Voice features the opening of Wooster's Women's Center, which was assisted by the Women's Alliance. They will also be sponsoring feminist singer Casse Culver to come perform on campus. On the first page the paper also covers a commencement speech given on the economist Adam Smith and many of his misattributions. An Oxfam-America representative visited the College due to the organization's interest in the Soup and Bread program. Students write in to the editor about the proposed formation of the Wooster Inter-Faith Community Council, which would be an organization and service house, as well as thoughts on a previous article on Hell Week. A student writes an article bemoaning petty theft on campus. The Voice reviews student-directed one-act plays. Tom Chapin performed in McGaw Chapel to the campus's great enjoyment. Howard Nemerov, a poet will be visiting the College to read his work. On the 6th page there is a large ad for Lila's Fabrics.
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Soup and Bread, Oxfam-America, Casse Culver, Wooster Women's Center, Women's Alliance, Wooster Inter-Faith Community Council, student crime, Tom Chapin, McGaw Chapel, Howard Nemerov, Lila's Fabrics
Women college students; Culver, Casse; Smith, Adam, 1723-1790; Oxfam America; Student activities; College students--Religious life; Chapin, Tom, 1945-; Nemerov, Howard; Advertisements;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1976-04-09" (1976). The Voice: 1971-1980. 141.