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President Copeland addresses a hike in student tuition by 8.5%. After the results of a survey have come back in, it is clear that students want open visitation dorms - meaning that visitors would be allowed to come and go as they please. There is a satirical comic demonstrating the administration's opposition to open dorms, and greek life. Due to instances of racism at the College, a number of Anti-Discrimination Proposals have been put forward and are listed in the paper. There is a small advertisement for the College's longest running study abroad program, the 50 year old 'India Program.' Edith Franklin, a Toledo potter, speaks on her exhibit currently displayed at the College Art Museum. Wooster held a round table discussion of academics on the topic of nuclear energy, waste, and disposal. There is a large advertisement for the Red Baron Disco on Route 30, targeting College students. Pages 7 and 8 feature College sports news.
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President Copeland, tuition, open visitation dorms, Anti-Discrimination Proposals, racism, comic, study abroad, India Program, Edith Franklin, Art Museum, nuclear waste, nuclear energy, Baron Disco
Tuition; Student housing; Dormitories; College students--Conduct of life; Racism; Minority college students--United States; Foreign study; College of Wooster. Art Museum; Pottery; Radioactive waste disposal; Nuclear energy; Disco dancing; Advertisements;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1979-04-13" (1979). The Voice: 1971-1980. 219.