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In this edition of the Voice, Campus Council adopts a revised constitution for the Publications Committee. Black Panther party member and eye-witness to the murder of Fred Hampton, Doc Satchel, speaks to the College on Black Panther philosophy. Wooster graduate, Ronald J. Hime, charged with assault and battery of a police officer during the four days of rioting in Hoboken, New Jersey. An article discusses co-ed housing and visitation limits, furthermore the issue has the results of a poll stating students opinions on campus housing. Included are open letters from the College’s Black Student Association (BSA) regarding “Galpin’s words to Black students” as well as several other articles discussing race relations at Wooster. Additionally, plans for a new theatre/auditorium between Wishart and Scovel Halls is detailed.
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Wooster Campus Council, Campus Council, SGA, Student Government, Publications Committee, Black Panther party, Black Panthers, Fred Hampton, Doc Satchel, Ronald J. Hime, 1971 Hoboken Riots, co-ed housing, campus housing, BSA, Black Student Association, Galpin’s words to Black students, college race relations, black students, race, Freedlander Theatre
College newspapers; College athletics; College student government; College student newspapers and periodicals; College students, Black; Blacks--Civil rights; Black power; Black Panther Party; Hampton, Fred, 1948-1969; Riots; Student housing; Race Relations; College buildings--Ohio
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-03-03" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 34.