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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the Winter of 2001. This edition begins with alumni letters and a letter from the President's desk (R. Stanton Hales) about the road to a new curriculum. The Oak Grove includes stories from students launching a popular coffee house, a music professor helping a young man rebuild from an accident, and a history professor tracing the life of a Chinese philosopher (Confucian scholar-teacher Wu Ch'eng). There is a large story about Mark Giuliano, '83, who works for the FBI. Additionally, the winners of the Fall 2000 Returnee Photo Contest have their photos published in the magazine. Following the photo contest is Class Notes and Obituaries. After these is a viewpoint from David McConnell (Anthropology), who revisits a village in Kenya after 20 years. Then, we have Scots Afield, detailing the endeavors of student athletes, and Alumni News. Finally, the magazine ends with Family History, detailing a Hiroshima bombing survivor, Hideko Snider '56, who recalls life at Wooster and her continuing journey of healing.
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R. Stanton Hales, president, alumni, campus community, weddings, obituaries, athletics, anthropology, Kenya, music therapy, Federal Bureau of Investigation, curriculum, photography, athletes, student athletes, Hiroshima
Watts, Lisa, "Wooster Magazine: Winter 2001" (2001). Wooster Magazine: 2001-2010. 40.