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In this edition of the Voice, assault and battery charges against assistant BSA basketball coach, Jerry Waters, are dismissed. After canceling due to a bus fire, the Trinidad Steel Band is scheduled to play a makeup concert in McGaw Chapel. The planning committee for Wooster’s Mock Democratic National Convention starts preparations for the campus wide event. A student, faculty, administrative group recommends the inclusion of a black vice-president in the executive staff. Babcock and Westminster-Scott are chosen as the pilot for the new co-ed dorms.
The College of Wooster
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BSA Basketball, Jerry Waters, the Trinidad Steel Band, Wooster’s Mock Democratic National Convention, Trinidad Steel Band, Wooster vice-president, college race relations, black students, race, BSA, Black Student Association, co-ed housing, campus housing
College student newspapers and periodicals; College students, Black; Blacks--Civil rights; Student housing; Race Relations; College buildings--Ohio; Basketball; Trinidad Steel Band; Democratic National Convention; Democratic Party (U.S.)
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-03-31" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 35.