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This issue of the Wooster Voice features a report that the Studeng Government Association has lost its power, roles, and responsibilities to other organizations over the past few years. Also featured is a call for Wooster food services to participate in the United Farm Workers boycott over working conditions, and a call to curb the Military Industrial Complex in Congress. Page 2 contains a piece arguing for restoration of power to the Student Government Association, a continuation in the agnosticism/abortion debate, and a music review. Page 3 contains a review of MASH, and a music review. Page 4 contains the minutes of a meeting of Campus Council, a report on field work done in Akron by Urban Studies majors, and a lecture on European literature. Page 5 contains the schedule for Black History Week, a movie review, and continued articles. Pages 6-8 are the sports sections.
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Student Government Association, Campus Council, Urban Studies, Black History Week, Abortion, Agnosticism
College athletics; College newspapers; Student government; Agnostics
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1974-02-15" (1974). The Voice: 1971-1980. 84.