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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the Fall of 2000. This edition begins with a letter from the President's, R. Stanton Hales, desk regarding an $8 million gift from The Burton D. Morgan Foundation. This was the largest single gift in the history of the college at that time. The gift was used to create Burton D. Morgan Hall. "The Oak Grove", stories from around campus and beyond, includes stories about faculty beginning to transition to a new curriculum, the College switching to more "sophisticated" phones, students embracing Kittredge's no-fry zone, and staff members relocating campus wildlife. There is a large story from alumni authors, who recall the Wooster mentors that inspired them. This section is followed by the Class Notes section and the Obituaries. After this is the opening Convocation Address from R. Stanton Hales. Next comes "Scots Afield", a section detailing the endeavors of Wooster athletes. Finally, this edition ends with alumni news and a story about 5 generations of one family graduating from the College.
The College of Wooster
R. Stanton Hales, president, alumni, community, weddings, obituaries, athletics, faculty, staff, new technology, curriculum, donations, wildlife, biology, convocation
Watts, Lisa, "Wooster Magazine: Fall 2000" (2001). Wooster Magazine: 1991-2000. 35.