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The musician Livingston Taylor has come to the College and will be performing in McGaw. The College is marking its 72nd celebration of Homecoming. There is an announcement of the upcoming 'Tent City' protest against US involvement in El Salvador, which will be set up during Homecoming weekend. A number of profiles of outstanding senior students are given. A comic pokes fun at the popularity of the television show 'Twin Peaks.' Performance artist Adrian Piper will be speaking at the College to address issues such as racial stereotyping. The French-In-Action program, which incorporates short videos, has been brought to Wooster - however it is currently facing accusations of sexist and racist content.
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Livingston Taylor, McGaw Chapel, Homecoming, tent city, student protest, student activism, El Salvador, Salvadoran Civil War, seniors, Twin Peaks, comic, Adrian Piper, racism, sexisim, French-In-Action, French department
Taylor, Livingston; Homecoming; El Salvador--Politics and government--1979-1992; Protest and social movements; Twin Peaks (Television program); Comic books, strips, etc; Piper, Adrian, 1948-; Race in art; French language--Study and teaching--English speakers;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-10-05" (1990). The Voice: 1981-1990. 243.