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In this edition of the Voice, an article discusses a lack of student interest in Wooster’s annual Homecoming events. Action on a proposed 1973-74 academic calendar, with a shorter winter vacation, is postponed by faculty. Ambassador Lakshmi Kant Jha is set to speak at Wooster about the topic of “Socialist Planning in a Democratic Society.” Frick Art Museum displays William C. Mithoefer’s collection of African Art. Additionally, Virgil Musser, Democratic Congressional candidate visits the College to answers student questions on Congressional reform, drug policy, and the problems of trying to “legislate morals.”
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Homecoming, Wooster Homecoming, academic calendar, Wooster winter vacation, winter breaks, Lakshmi Kant Jha, Socialist Planning in a Democratic Society, Frick Art Museum, William C. Mithoefer, African art, Virgil Musser, Democratic candidate, Ohio 16th district, drug policy, Congressional reform, morals
College newspapers; College athletics; Homecoming; academic calendars; Jha, Lakshmi Kant, 1913-1988; Museum exhibits; College of Wooster. Art Museum; Art, African; Drug abuse--Government policy--United States; United States. Congress--Reform; Political ethics
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1972-10-27" (1972). The Voice: 1971-1980. 50.