Download Full Text (10.0 MB)
In this edition the College clarifies their rules on visitation across different forms of housing. A short biography and thank you is given in respect to Ralph Young, a retiring Professor. In the Letters to the Editor section, the discussions about Hell Week on campus continue. In the opinion section, a student stresses the importance of good writing skills for students on campus. Dr. Gordon Tait, head of the Religious Studies Department, studies religious figures involved in politics, and a short feature is done on his work. Representative Ralph Regula will be visiting the campus to address upcoming legislation to reduce the number of food stamp recipients. A student reviews Alfred Hitchcock's 'Family Plot,' which they found to be an average movie. Ralph Young's biography is continued, along with a collection of his photos on page 7. Casse Culver's performance on campus is reviewed, in which she challenged authority through her speeches and music.
The College of Wooster
No Copyright - United States
visitation, student housing, retiring faculty, college fraternities, Hell Week, food stamps, Ralph Regula, Family plot, Casse Culver, writing, student literacy, Gordon Tait, Ralph Young
Student housing; Universities and colleges--Faculty; College fraternities; food stamps; Family plot (Motion picture); Culver, Casse;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1976-04-16" (1976). The Voice: 1971-1980. 142.