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UNICEF items will be sold on campus to help aid children in need in developing countries. A short article warns students about the dangers of jaywalking. A professor from Vanderbilt University will be visiting to give a lecture on the old testament of the bible. There is a satire piece subtly criticizing presidential candidate Jimmy Carter. Students continue to write critiques about the practice of Hell Week in their letters to the editor. Others give a no-nonsense look at the college experience. The Weekly Special looks at recent efforts of the U.S. to deal with illegal immigration from Mexico. There is a feature on the Libertarian Party and their goals for government-shrinking. The College will be hosting a symposium on philosophy at the end of the week, with plans to discuss Kierkegaard, among others. The Kappa Theta Gamma Greek group will be putting on the play Play It Again Sam. Page 6 is filled with photos of students from the recent Homecoming. According to a report, some Ohio cities, such as Columbus, made it on to a list of cities likely to be targeted by the Soviet nuclear program. There is a small public service style advertisement on the danger of America's sugar [sic] 'addiction.' The Wooster soccer team has been performing unusually well for the beginning of the semester. On the final page there is a large, hand-drawn comic of a vampire, encouraging students to go donate blood.

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The College of Wooster


Wooster, OH


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UNICEF, developing countries, Vanderbilt University, old testament, The Bible, political satire, Jimmy Carter, Hell Week, Greek Life, illegal immigration, Mexico, Soren Kierkegaard, Libertarian Party, philosophy, Play It Again Sam, Cold War, Homecoming, sugar addiction, blood drive


Carter, Jimmy, 1924-; Satire; UNICEF; Bible. Old Testament; Hazing; Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855; Greek letter societies; Sugars--Physiological effect; Directed blood donations

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1976-10-15