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The campus celebrates Kenny P. Day, honoring retiring Dean of Students Ken Plusquellec 's nearly half-century at Wooster. Many Wooster faculty members are slated to get raises in salary. The College plans to publicly launch an ambitious fundraising program, setting a likely target of more than $100 million to underwrite the rash of building projects expected to sweep the campus in the next decade. The Voice says goodbye to senior staff members as graduation approaches. A piece explains some of Wooster's graduation traditions and the history behind them. Ansley Valentine's Acting II class preforms the Greek tragedy "Antigone" atop McGaw Chapel. Additionally, the Wooster Symphony Orchestra presents a variety of instrumentals and vocals in its annual Season Finale Concert.

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Wooster, OH


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Kenny P. Day, Wooster Dean of Students, Ken Plusquellec, Wooster faculty raise, Wooster fundraising program, Would new building projects, college fundraising, Wooster graduation traditions, Wooster history, Wooster traditions, Wooster graduation, graduation traditions, Ansley Valentine, Wooster Acting 2 class, theatre, Wooster theatre, Antigone, McGaw Chapel, Wooster Theatre Department, the Wooster Symphony Orchestra, the Wooster Symphony Orchestra annual Season Finale Concert

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-05-03

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