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This edition of the College of Wooster's student newspapers, the Wooster Voice, was published on October 8 of 2010, and it is eight pages long. This weekend, the life of Dr. Ronald T. Takaki who passed away in 2009 will be honored with a three day academic conference. Scots in Service Day was held on October 2; both alumni and current students and staff participated. Fifteen Wooster students joined the 175,000 participants in the Washington DC One Nation Working Together rally last Saturday. Paris's Grand Palais is hosting the largest Monet exhibition in the past few decades, featuring 160 paintings. Rutgers University has been mourning the loss of Tyler Clementi who committed suicide. The College of Wooster's Allies and Queers group sponsored "Out in October," which brings awareness and advocacy for LGBT people. George Myatt wrote a review of the second episode of season two of the tv show Glee on page five. Kenny McKinley, reserve receiver for the Denver Broncos, took his own life on on September 20. The athletic updates for the past week are on page seven and eight.
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Dr. Ronald T. Takaki, Scots in Service Day, One Nation Working Together Rally, Grand Palais, Monet, Tyler Clementi, suicide, Out in October, LGBT, Kenny McKinley, Glee
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Editors, Wooster Voice, "The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2010-10-08" (2010). The Voice: 2001-2011. 524.