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Campus Council reaffirms the decision to expand the Grievance Panel into the Human Relations Commission (HRC), with the motion including a commitment to emphatically communicate Council's action. College of Wooster President, Dr. Garber Drushal, states his opinion on the role of college administration. Chairman Skip Buckman and Carla Hirschfeld of the College Judicial Board (JB), discusses the purpose and operation of JB in an article on the first page of this Voice issue. The General Assembly Sessional Sub-committee on Selections and Polling accepts applications for membership on 13 committees and boards. Campus Council information continues with a “Council Lexicon” redefining working terms to ease comprehension. In an article called “The Joker’s Gone Too Far,” a student addresses racist jokes and slander being spread around the Wooster campus. Additionally, proposed SGA constitutional revisions are listed in the issue.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-05-19" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 42.