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In this edition of the Wooster Voice, Campus Council reaffirms the proposed guidelines for “Hell-Week.” An article discusses voting and voter registration among Wooster students for the presidential election. Students David Driesbach and Michael Ransdell display their art in an exhibit at the College Art Center. Stephanie Coontz, speaker for the Socialist Workers Party, doesn’t show for a scheduled event in Mateer Hall. In an interview with College Bookstore manager, Don Noll, he describes the entity as “an essential role in the college for students and faculty.” Additionally, a new organization is formed on campus called “Drug Referral and Education Center” (DREC).
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Wooster Campus Council, Campus Council, hell week, voting, voter registration, presidential election, 1972 presidential election, Wooster College Art Center, Stephanie Coontz, Socialist Workers Party, Mateer Hall, College of Wooster bookstore, Don Noll, Drug Referral and Education Center, DREC
College newspapers; College athletics; College student government; College fraternities; College sororities; Fraternities; Voting; Voting registrars; Elections; Presidents--United States--Election--1972; Political parties--United States; Art; Coontz, Stephanie; Workers Socialist Party of the United States; Bookstores; Drugs
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-10-06" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 47.