October 26, 2009
WOOSTER, Ohio - Wooster magazine, the quarterly alumni publication of The College of Wooster, recently received a silver (2nd place) award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District V for Best Alumni Magazine in the category of publications produced by fewer than three fulltime employees. Wooster edged out other magazines in this category from Ohio, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.
The Wooster magazine staff consists of Karol Crosbie, editor; Jimmy Wilkinson Meyer, assistant editor; Roger Collier, production director; and Matt Dilyard, photographer. Graphic design is by Ullman Design in Marietta.
CASE is an international association of educational institutions, whose membership includes nearly 3,400 colleges and universities, primary and secondary independent and international
schools, and nonprofit organizations in 59 countries.
Wooster is one of the oldest alumni magazines in the country. The first issue, published in 1886, was named The Post-Graduate and Wooster Quarterly. Throughout the years, its name changed from The Wooster Quarterly to the Wooster Alumni Bulletin to Wooster Alumni Magazine and finally, simply to Wooster
The magazine’s purpose is to keep alumni connected to the College by telling stories of graduates, faculty, staff, and students. The magazine also helps keep alumni connected with each other by publishing Class Notes, which are gathered by approximately 100 class secretaries.
Current and past issues can be read online.
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