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In this edition of the Voice, the student organization Circle K kicks off Relay for Life. An art wall in the Lowry center pays tribute to the victims of Hiroshima. Vintage theater backdrops are discovered at Freedlander. A senior’s I.S. art exhibit in Ebert Art Center captures horrors and fears from childhood in a large-scale sculpture. Crystal Williams presents a reading of poetry, “Scholar focuses on honesty, wit in poetic language.” Additionally, Seniors at the College of Wooster finish up I.S. Photos of the celebrations following the end of I.S. are included in this Voice. The athletics updates for this week's edition are on pages seven and eight.
The College of Wooster
theater backdrops, Circle K, Relay for Life, art wall, Hiroshima, Senior IS, Ebert Art Center, Crystal Williams, poetry reading
College athletics; College newspapers; Independent study; Atomic bomb victims--Japan--Hiroshima-shi; Poetry reading
Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2009-04-03" (2009). The Voice: 2001-2011. 489.