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William Westmoreland, former commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam ('64-'68- ) and Army Chief-of-Staff ('68-72-), speaks to students on "The Origins and Imputations of Vietnam." The College of Wooster reexamines its calendar system. An article attempts to justify an increase in college tuition. In a letter to the editor, a student criticizes faculty for being oblivious to the needs of Wooster students."Wilderness Trek Through New Zealand," a movie in the Audubon Wildlife Film Series, is set to be shown and narrated by Grant Foster in McGaw Chapel. Additionally, the issue includes an article that discusses the differences in male and female auto insurance rates.
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semester vs. quarter calendar, William Westmoreland, Vietnam, U.S. forces in Vietnam, the Vietnam War, the origins and imputations of Vietnam, Wooster calendar, college calendar system, 1980s college tuition, Wooster tuition, college faculty, needs of college students, faculty student relationships, wildlife film, New Zealand wildlife, McGaw Chapel, Grant Foster, male and female auto insurance rates, auto insurance rates
Tuition; Vietnam War; Wildlife refuges--New Zealand; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1980-02-29" (1980). The Voice: 1971-1980. 240.