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In this edition of the Voice, the cover story discusses the economic relationship between the town of Wooster and the College; the author gives a brief history of said dynamic starting in the 1860s when the school was founded. The Faculty Athletic Committee attempts to reform the athletic budget with the hopes to better allocate money to the underfunded women’s sports teams. Additionally, a three seminar program called “Peace Institute” is set to take place on Campus with nightly speakers and small group conversations.

Publication Date

1-26-1973

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

Rights

No Copyright - United States

Keywords

Economics, Wooster, Ohio, Wayne County, town and college relationships, college towns, the College of Wooster, College of Wooster history, women’s athletics, women’s sports, athletics, gender bias, gender bias in sports, Peace Institute, peace, peace seminars, town-gown, town and gown, town and gown relationships, college and community

Subject

College athletics; College newspapers; College of Wooster; Wooster (Ohio); Wayne County (Ohio); Town and gown; Community and college; University towns; Athletics for women; Athletics; Gender; Feminism; Sex discrimination; Peace

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1973-01-26

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