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The college sets a goal of $8 million for the new Bornhuetter Hall. The issue includes a draft design of the dorm building. After the events of September 11th, federal authorities slow Wooster's recruitment of international students. Paul Ewald, professor of biology at Amherst College and noted disease expert, visits Wooster to speak on the wide scope of infectious disease and new findings in the field. A piece details information about the different small house on campus and the students that live in them. Additionally, the edition includes a music review of artist Tori Amos's cover album "Strange Little Girls."
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Bornhuetter Hall, Wooster fundraising, Born Hall, Wooster Bornhuetter, Wooster dorms, college dorms, September 11th, 9-11, 9/11, September 11th attacks, federal authorities, international students, Wooster international students, international student recruitment, Paul Ewald, biology, Amherst College, disease expert, infectious disease, diseases, Wooster small houses, college houses, Strange Little Girls, Tori Amos, music covers, music review
Dormitories; Fund raising; College buildings; College buildings--Ohio; September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001; September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Social aspects; Government corporations; Students, Foreign; Ewald, Paul W.; Biology; Amherst College; Infection; Amos, Tori
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-11-08" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 294.