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Once again the activities of Hell Week are questioned, a proposal on the faculty agenda request that ISC and ICC eliminate, the hazing and intimidation of Hell Week. The College of Wooster Art Museum is awarded a $15,240 Federal grant from the Institute of Museum Services (IMS). Dick Keyes, director of L'Abri U.S.A. set to give a conference title "Beyond Identity." An article praises Wooster's non-profit food co-op for offering quality health food at a low cost. Additionally, John J. Taormina, organizer of the Maxime Lalanne: Prints and Drawings exhibition at the Frick Art Museum, speaks about the artist and his works.
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Hell Week, hazing, intimidation of Hell Week, The College of Wooster Art Museum, federal grants, Institute of Museum Services, IMS, Dick Keyes, L'Abri U.S.A., beyond identity, non-profit food co-op, health food, low cost health food, John J. Taormina, Maxime Lalanne, prints, drawings, Frick Art Museum, art
Hazing; Art collections; Art; Non-profit organizations; College newspapers
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1979-10-05" (1979). The Voice: 1971-1980. 227.