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Dr. W. Sherman Skinner will be the guest speaker for Religion-in-Life Week. He is a pastor of the Second-Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Missouri. Orchesis, the modern dance group on campus, will be performing their show in the Severance Gymnasium; their theme for this show is Integration. The original play, "Shunned," by Judy Keller, for her IS project, will be performed in the Scot Auditorium. The Wishart Museum will be featuring the following Renaissance works for Religion-in-Life Week: The Adoration by El Greco, The Holy Family by Cano, Madonna and Child by Raphael, Man of Sorrow by and unknown 16th centure Spaniard, and Adoration of the Magi by Van Dyck.
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Orchesis, Judy Keller, Shunned, Integration, modern dance, Dr. W. Sherman Skinner, Religion-in-Life, Renaissance, Wishart Museum
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1957-02-08" (1957). The Voice: 1951-1960. 140.