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In this edition of the Voice, an article reflects on the 1969 College of Wooster “Black Manifesto,” published by the Black Students Association (BSA), and the call that was made for Wooster to recruit more minority students. A story recaps the Celebration of Peace that took place in McGaw chapel on the final day of the College’s Peace Institute. A report details Wooster sophomore Thom Gibian’s spiritual journey to India. Additionally, Lowry adds a vegetarian program to the dinning hall.
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Maharaj Ji, Wooster Black Manifesto, Black Manifesto, Black Students Association, Wooster BSA, College of Wooster 1969 Black Manifesto, BSA Black Manifesto, Wooster minority students, minority recruitment, minority students, minority college students, Celebration of Peace, peace, Peace Institute, Thom Gibian, spiritual journey, India, vegetarian options, Lowry dining, vegetarianism
College athletics; College newspapers; Neem Karoli Baba; Blacks--Civil rights; College students, Black; Manifestos; Minority college students--United States; Minority college students; Peace; Students--India; Vegetarian cooking; Vegetarianism; Vegetarian foods; dining halls
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1973-02-02" (1973). The Voice: 1971-1980. 56.