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Broadway actress Vinie Burrows presented her one-woman play 'Sister, Sister!' at the College. Dene House at the College held a forum on Issue 4 which will be passing in the Wooster community. This legislation deals with preventing discrimination in housing. The Wooster Symphony Orchestra will be featuring Pianist Misha Dichter this season. A featured article talks about rises in rape, arson and theft on college campuses. A ceremony was held at Wooster to commemorate Krystal Nacht, or The Night of Broken Glass, often seen as the first large event in the Jewish Holocaust. Alumni John Dean is highlighted, who was a testifier in the Watergate Scandal.
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Vinie Burrows, Sister, Sister!, Dene House, Issue 4, fair housing, Wooster community, Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Misha Dichter, crime, rape, theft, arson, Kristallnacht, Night of Broken Glass, John Dean, Watergate Trial
Burrows, Vinie; Discrimination in housing--Law and legislation--United States; Dichter, Misha, 1945-; Symphony orchestras--United States; Campus violence; Kristallnacht, 1938; Dean, John W. (John Wesley), 1938-; Watergate Trial, Washington, D.C., 1973;
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 1990-11-09" (1990). The Voice: 1981-1990. 247.