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In this edition of the College of Wooster’s Voice, Campus Council’s attempt to change the Social Code to extend the visitation times among male and female dorms, was vetoed by Wooster President Drushal. The College’s Admissions office releases statistics on the incoming freshman class; stating the College received 1223 applications and admitted 532 students for the year. Westminster Church’s pastor-elect, J. Barrie Shepherd, comes to Wooster with the hope of bringing together the many religious factions represented in his new parish. Additionally, an article on the second page of the Voice, urges the College of Wooster community to become engaged with the town of Wooster and details some of the things students may be missing out on.
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Campus Council, Social code, singe-sex dorms, dorm rules, dorm visitation, College of Wooster President, Dr. Garber Drushal, Wooster freshman, Wooster admissions, Westminster Church, J. Barrie Shepherd, religious life, college and town relations, the town of Wooster, the city of Wooster
College newspapers; College athletics; Student Government; Student housing; College students--Sexual behavior; College students; College freshmen; Westminster Presbyterian Church; Shepherd, J. Barrie; College admission officers; Universities and colleges--United States--Admission; College students--Religious life; Community and college; Wooster (Ohio); College of Wooster
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-09-15" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 44.