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This edition of the Voice includes articles about admissions recruitment of minority students, Black History week, the International Dance festival, using Mateer for film showings, a professor's linguistic analysis of the Bible, Wooster's investments in companies with holdings in South Africa, the termination of a Lowry Front Desk employee, the Women's resource Center honoring Cindy Jarvis (Associate Minister of Westminster Presbyterian Church), the Franz Schubert Festival, student protests of the Krugerrand, questions of male identity, Steve Biko's tapes and the situation in South Africa, the Third Annual Residence Assistance Conference, a talk by Newton Minow (former chairperson of the Federal Communications Commission, young consumer credit, candidates for Student Government positions, a Dean Martin-esque roast of the Vice President of Academic Affairs, and summer classes at Wooster.
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Harambee, minority admissions, Black History Week, Mateer, Inernational Dance Festival, Women's Resource Center, Residence Assistance Conference, credit, Biko tapes, student government elections
Biko, Steve, 1946-1977; College student government--Elections; College students, Black; Minority college students--Recruiting
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1978-02-10" (1978). The Voice: 1971-1980. 188.