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The April Fools' Day, 1977, edition of the Voice has joke articles about a Heavy Metal Weekend, the potential policies of the final Wooster presidential candidate, a lecture series called "Making it in the Real World" hosted by the Economics Department, and an off-campus study program Parma, Ohio, hosted by the Urban Studies Department. Page 2 has articles about mass mailing policy for politicians, Chilean dictators' involvement in the Embassy Row Killings, and a defense of a previous article about the effects of marijuana. Page 3 includes articles about the Wooster Voice staff, an upcoming talk by Herbert E. Markley, and a tuition increase. Page 4 continues several articles, and page 5 includes articles about a "functional ceramics" class, the Academic Standards Committee, new committee heads for Lowry Center Board, and a Cleveland Orchestra concert at McGaw Chapel. Pages 6 and 7 report on sports activities.
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Wooster president candidate, Economics Department, Urban Studies Department, Myers House, Embassy Row Killings, Voice, tuition increase, Department of French, Hygeia, diet, LCB, Frick, Academic Standards Committee
Heavy metal (Music); College presidents; Franking privilege--United States; Marijuana
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1977-04-01" (1977). The Voice: 1971-1980. 165.