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A college freshman is stabbed by a fellow student John W. Howard, in an alteration that took place in Armington Hall. Campus Council modifies representation by making two of the five student positions a representative of the Black Students’ Association and a representative of the International Students’ Association. Supported by the George Gund Foundation and a funds from the SGA Financial Affairs Committee, the Women's Resource Center puts on an annual “Women’s Week.” The events include lectures, discussion sessions, short films, and workshops for the student body. The “Dear Editor” and “Photopinion” section has multiple letters and articles discussing the “patriotic” sign controversy (detailed in the issue prior 1981-01-30 ) and racism on campus. Additionally, activist, author, actor, and social satirist Dick Gregory is set to speak at the College of Wooster.
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John W. Howard, Armington Hall, Wooster stabbing, violence on college campuses, college stabbing, racial violence on college campuses, Black Students’ Association, Wooster Campus Council, International Students’ Association, the George Gund Foundation, Wooster SGA, SGA Financial Affairs Committee, the Women’s Resource Center, Women’s Week, campus racism, American Nationalism, black rights, patriotism, Dick Gregory, Wooster Racism, Men of Harambee
College athletics; College newspapers; Advertisements; Stab wounds; Campus violence; College student government; Race Relations; Blacks--Civil rights; College students, Black; College students; Women; Nationalism--United States; Patriotism; Gregory, Dick
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1981-02-06" (1981). The Voice: 1981-1990. 255.