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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the Spring of 2000. It begins with alumni letters, followed by The Oak Grove, which includes stories about diversity in Japan, Wooster recycling, a Homer marathon, and a visit from a zen master. Next, Class Notes and Obituaries. Following this is Scots Afield, which includes stories about varsity softball and a decathlon. This edition ends with Alumni News, Family History, and a Viewpoint from Mark Wilson (Geology) on why schools must teach children about evolution. Notable and featured stories include one about devoted alumus, Stanley Gault; "Our Team Green", about Spring transformations of campus by the Grounds Department; "The Wisdom of Her Counsel", about the retirement of Yvonne Williams; and a large feature, "Aging & Alzheimer's", which includes multiple stories on the issue.
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alumni, campus community, weddings, obituaries, athletics, athletes, diversity, Japan, recycling, zen master, softball, varsity athletics, decathlon, geology, evolution, landscaping, retirement, Alzheimer's, aging, psychology
Watts, Lisa, "Wooster Magazine: Spring 2000" (2000). Wooster Magazine: 1991-2000. 34.