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In this edition of the Voice, Wooster faculty voted to drop the College’s Afro-American major. The Special Theological Emphasis Committee recommends that College invites speakers each quarter whose professional interest intersect with religious concerns. Campus Council encourages administration not to close Kittredge for the year. Additionally, an article urges students to familiarize themselves with the Educational Policy Committee’s curriculum proposal, the information on said proposal is detailed.

Publication Date

6-1-1973

Publisher

The College of Wooster

City

Wooster, OH

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No Copyright - United States

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afro-american studies, college of wooster africana studies, African-American studies, black studies, afro-american college programs, black and african american studies, Special Theological Emphasis Committee, Wooster religion department, Wooster Campus Council, Campus Council, religious lectures, lectures on religion, religious concerns, Kittredge Dining Hall, Wooster Educational Policy Committee, the College of Wooster, Kittredge closing, Kitt, Kittredge, Wooster campus dining

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College athletics; College newspapers; College students, Black; Blacks--Study and teaching; African Americans--Study and teaching; Study and teaching--African American students; Theology; Universities and colleges--Religion; College student government; colleges (buildings); dining halls; academic calendars; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs; School management and organization

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1973-06-01

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