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This issue of the Wooster Voice contains a report on a conference of Wooster students, alumni, and faculty on the values of a liberal arts education, a report on the discontinuation of the Master's Degree program at Wooster, and a cafeteria plan to provide monthly steak dinners. Page 2 features a letter to the editor from a reader who took issue with the previous issue's report on changes at Westminister Cottage. Page 3 contains a report on the Wooster People's Party, a socialist campus political party, and a review of the Rolling Stones' album: "Goat's Head Soup." Page 4 contains a piece criticizing portrayal of female characters in popular film. Page 5 contains a report of a tennis match, a criticism of the freshman picture book, and a continuation of the review of "Goat's Head Soup." Page 6 contains a report on the activities of HAM radio operators, and an advertisement for an early Hewlet-Packard calculator. Pages 7-8 are the sports section.
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Feminism, Female Portrayal in Popular Culture, Gender Dynamics, Calculators, Rolling Stones, Goats Head Soup, Socialism, Campus Politics, Wooster Ethic, Socialist Student Organizations
College athletics; College newspapers; Feminism; Socialism; Rolling Stones
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1973-09-28" (1973). The Voice: 1971-1980. 72.