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Psychology department faculty member hopes that the new Morgan Hall will be able to accommodate Wooster's research animals, including the college's seven Cebus apella monkeys. Wooster host candidates to succeed retiring Dean of Students, Kenneth R. Plusquellec. In commemoration of Black History Month, the Images program brought alumni speakers Nathaniel Speights and Walter Hill as part of a program titled "Wooster History X." In a letter to the editor, a student expresses frustration about the lack of information about a rape that took place on campus. Wooster's improv group "Don't Throw Shoes" is under fire after a racially offensive act. Additionally, Alaskan fiddling poet, Ken Waldman, plays at Wooster's Underground.

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The College of Wooster


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Psychology, Wooster psychology department, college research animals, Morgan Hall, research monkeys, Cebus apella monkeys, Wooster Dean of Students, Kenneth R. Plusquellec, Black History Month, Wooster Images program, Wooster alumni, Nathaniel Speights, Walter Hill, Wooster History X, Wooster rape, rape on college campuses, rape, Don't Throw Shoes, Wooster improv, improv, freedom of speech, racially offensive comedy, Alaska, fiddling poet, fiddle, poetry, Ken Waldman, Wooster Underground


Psychology; Laboratory animals; Cebus apella; African Americans--History; College of Wooster. Alumni Association; Rape in universities and colleges; Freedom of speech; Racism; Alaska; poetry; Waldman, Ken

The Wooster Voice (Wooster, OH), 2001-03-01