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This edition includes articles that discuss chemistry lab supervisor Pat Beyerle, the "Report of the Committee Studying the Quality of Life for Black Students at the College of Wooster," Crandell House being demolished, a criticism of the Soup and Bread program, changes in the Speech Communication Department, racism and sexism in prisons and their guard staff, the value of sections (fraternities), a new Scholars-in-Residence program, a lecture challenging creationism, an annual rafting trip on the Colorado River, and the year's goals of the Women's Resource Center.
Crandell House, Severance Hall, Soup and Bread, sections, Speech Communication Department, Ohio Light Opera, Scholar in Residence Program
College students, Black; Student movements; Prison administration--United States;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1983-09-16" (1983). The Voice: 1981-1990. 315.