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This edition of the Wooster Voice, published on May 4 of 1979, is eight pages long. The first page has a satirical column written by Ilsa Reyvick titled, "Dawn Execution Awaits Convicted Newspaper Editor." On Monday evening, the SGA held a "Gripe Session" in which students could voice their concerns and complaints about academic related issues at the school. Greg Bryant, Assistant director of Admissions and Coordinator of Black Recruitment is hoping to increase the number of Black students who enroll at the college. Security is buckling down on its parking regulations and will be ticketing those who are not following the rules. Page two has an article about how the "MD 20/20 Profiles" article last week was largely misinterpreted. An artist from New York City, Patsy Norvell, will be visiting campus on May 10th. On May 6th, an anti-nuclear demonstration will take place in Washington DC. Reverend Gordon Stewart's article on page five reflects upon his visit to a psychiatric hospital in Cuba. The weekly athletics updates are on page seven and eight.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1979-05-04" (1979). The Voice: 1971-1980. 222.