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Fifteen Wooster students travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in and lend support to the Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World march and rally. Mark William Wendorf is named the new Assistant Minister of Westminster Presbyterian Church on campus. The issue details the events and actives planned for parents' weekend. One article explains a student's choice to transfer from Wooster. The arrangement of stories in a previous edition of the voice, incites campus protest by both the Black Student Association and Harambee House. A story discusses Serpentine Corridor and the purpose of the structure. Additionally, the issue includes a past report from 1970 after the riot and shooting at Kent State took place. The story on Kent State includes a log detailing the order of events.
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Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World, anti-nuclear, Wooster protest, anti-nuclear protest, Mark William Wendorf, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Wooster parents' weekend, transferring from Wooster, Wooster Black Students Association, college racism, Wooster Voice protest, Harambee house, Men of Harambee, Serpentine Corridor, Kent State shooting, Kent State riot, Kent State log
May 4 Shootings at Kent State University, 1970; Anti-war movements; Anti-nuclear movement; Racial bias
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1980-05-02" (1980). The Voice: 1971-1980. 245.