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Wooster senior is suspended following a confrontation with a professor attempting to snap photographs of "rowdy" College students. College officials state they are looking into the creation of an environmental science major or program. Emila Jagla Davenport, a Polish Roman Catholic Holocaust survivor, speaks at the college in commemoration of Kristallnacht. Wooster holds a battle of the bands fundraising event to benefit September 11th victims. The Wooster Christian Fellowship and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsor a concert from Christian band Caedmon's Call. Wooster Symphony Orchestra begins its 86th season. Additionally, the issue includes a review of the Pixar animated film "Monsters Inc."
The College of Wooster
Hillel, Circle K, Wooster suspension, Scot's Key, student professor confrontation, rowdy college students, Scot's Key violation, college suspension, environmental science, Wooster environmental science, Emila Jagla Davenport, Holocaust survivor, the Holocaust, World War II, Kristallnacht, Wooster battle of the bands, September 11th, September 11th victims, 9-11, 9/11, September 11th charity, fundraising, philanthropy, the Wooster Christian Fellowship, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Caedmon's Call, Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Pixar, Monsters Inc.
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-11-15" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 295.