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This issue features a report on a series of fasts to be held to raise awareness for the famine and drought occurring in the Horn of Africa, an upcoming Beach Boy's performance, and a report on the boycott of certain Californian agricultural products over working conditions. Page 2 features a piece from a Wooster 1973 alumni who joined a monastery, a piece calling Benjamin Spock a Traditionalist who betrayed the leftist cause, a piece reflecting on the meaning of being a Wooster Senior, and a "Deep Thought" piece which raises "philosophical" questions. Page 3 is missing from this scan. Page 4 features a piece on an upcoming series of lectures by accomplished black Americans. Page 5 is also missing from this scan. Page 6 contains a piece on student protests and a new art exhibit. Page 8 contains photos of a new asian martial arts course offered at Wooster to increase diversity and raise awareness of other cultures. Page 9 contains music and film criticism. Pages 10-12 are the sports section.
The College of Wooster
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Benjamin Spock, Cesar Chavez, Boycott, California, Agriculture, Black Empowerment
College newspapers; College athletics; Boycotts
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1974-04-19" (1974). The Voice: 1971-1980. 89.