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This edition of the College of Wooster's student run newspapers was published on April 16 of 2010, and it is eight pages long. On Tuesday Jacqueline Grossman spoke in Lean Lecture on her escape from the Nazi invasion of France and how it impacted her life. Professor of Music Nancy Ditmer has been offered the job of President for MENC: National Association of Music Education. Page four has an article about the black lab puppy people have been seeing around campus, and how she is being trained to be a guide dog. Jennifer Graber, Professor of Religious Studies will have her book, "The Furnace of Affliction: Religion and The Prisons in Antebellum America," published at the end of this year. On April 17 the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Ohio Buckeye Chapter will be hosting a walk in Wooster. A review of Nicholas Knodt's Senior IS exhibition is on page six. The athletic updates are on pages seven and eight.
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2010-04-16" (2010). The Voice: 2001-2011. 245.