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This issue details the campus community's reaction after the events for September 11th. College President R. Stanton Hales addresses students and faculty members at McGaw Chapel as Wooster takes the opportunity to pray and mourn. College officials considered about the nationalistic backlash and harassment, step up security patrols and have advised international students to stay close to campus. Naughty by Nature set to play a concert at Wooster's Party on the Green. The edition includes quotes from Wooster students in response to the September 11th attacks. Dr. Brian Dykstra, a ragtime pianist, of "Rags and Cuban Danzas" performs at Gault Recital Hall. Additionally, an article recaps the first meeting of the College's own Dead Poets' Society.
The College of Wooster
September 11th, 9/11, September 11th attacks, college response to 9/11 attacks, 9-11, President R. Stanton Hales, McGaw Chapel, September 11th memorial, backslash after September 11th, harassment after September 11th, racism after September 11th, hate crimes after September 11th, international students, protection of international students after September 11th, security patrols, Party on the Green, Naught by Nature, Dr. Brian Dykstra, ragtime pianist, Rags and Cuban Danzas, Gault Recital Hall, Dead Poets' Society
College athletics; College newspapers; 9/11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001; World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.)--Terrorist Attack, 2001; Racism
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-09-13" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 16.