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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.

Publication Date

4-1-1977

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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No Copyright - United States

Keywords

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

Subject

Heavy metal (Music); College presidents; Franking privilege--United States; Marijuana

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1977-04-01

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