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Faculty unanimous votes to approved a new Interdepartmental major: International Relations. Florence Howe, a major national figure in the development of Women's Studies, joins the College of Wooster faculty. American Author Paul Robeson Jr, son of singer, actor, political activist, and scholar Paul Robeson, lectures on campus. This issue includes the names of 100 students that oppose participation in the military because of their beliefs. Wooster students cast ballots for Student Government leaders. The edition includes photos of the winning rooms from the the Wooster Voice "Better Homes and Dorm Rooms" competition. A sex equity in vocational education study, reveals discrimination is prevalent in U.S. schools. Additionally, an article highlights the conclusion of the Wooster Mozart Festival.
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Student councils; Sexual discrimination; Residence halls; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1980-02-15" (1980). The Voice: 1971-1980. 238.