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This edition includes articles about a power outage affecting campus, poor management of the audio-visual student staff in Andrews Library, a joint concert performance of Verdi's Requiem by the Wooster Symphony Orchestra, the concert choir, and Wooster Chorus, a talk by Nat Hentoff of the Village Voice about the importance of first amendment rights, the effects of nationwide budget cuts on colleges, efforts to prevent legislation from raising the drinking age, a computer ad television network for collaboration on campus, a lecture from Dartmouth Professor William Scott entitled "Storytelling in Homer's Odyssey," and the qualifications and topics for the Commencement speakers. In addition, this edition focuses a page on art projects and displays on campus.
Power outage, Andrews Library staff, Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Wooster Chorus, concert choir, Packer Weekend, Wooster Net, Career Planning and Placement Services, Florence O. Wilson Bookstore
United States. Constitution. 1st Amendment; Drinking age--Law and legislation; Budget--United States--States; Art--Exhibitions
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1983-05-20" (1983). The Voice: 1981-1990. 312.