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This edition includes articles about the faculty vote against the semester calendar, how donations contribute to Wooster's funding, a cannibalism celebration in memory of Alfred E Packer, four new program houses, the fourth annual Bacchanalia, student employment in food service, Wooster student Kim Bracken, a performance of "The Lovers in the Subway," James Baldwin's visit to Wooster, a Wooster Symphony Orchestra concert, a performance of "No Man's Land," and a summary of the events of International Weekend.
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semester calendar, donations, endowment, Wooster Fund, cannibalism celebration, program houses, Bacchanalia, EPC, Food Service jobs, Kim Bracken, James Baldwin, Wooster Symphony Orchestra, International Weekend
Cannibalism; Universities and colleges--Curricula--United States; Baldwin, Jim, 1943-
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1978-05-19" (1978). The Voice: 1971-1980. 199.