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Wooster alumni organized philanthropic efforts in nine different cities across the country, as part of a national "Scots in Service" volunteer day. $400 in cash and checks are stolen from Scheide Music Center. Assistant professor of psychology, Michael Casey, discussed the nature vs. nurture argument in a lecture as part of the Pursuing Scientific Interests series. College officials state they can charge students with alcohol and other violations even if a staff member or Security officer is not an eyewitness to the event. An article discusses student reactions to the events of September 11th. The College's Jewish community works on construction of a sukkah for the celebration of Sukkot. The College of Wooster's Department of Theatre kicks off the season with the opening of the musical "High Society." Additionally, this issue includes a history of Wooster's improv group "Don't Throw Shoes."
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Hillel, alumni, philanthropy, Scots in service, volunteer work, Schiede Music Center, burglary, psychology, Michael Casey, nature vs. nurture, psychology lectures, college drinking, alcohol policies, September 11th, 9-11, 9/11, Jewish holidays, Judaism, sukkah, Sukkot, improv, Don't Throw Shoes, theatre, musicals, High Society
Hillel; College of Wooster. Alumni Association; Social service; Humanitarianism; Concerts--Program building; Psychology; Nature and nurture; College students--Alcohol use; College students--Alcohol use--United States; College students--Alcohol use--Prevention; September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Fasts and feasts--Judaism; Judaism; Sukkah; Sukkot
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-10-11" (2001). The Voice: 2001-2011. 19.