2012

October

APEX Takes Advising and Experiential Learning to New Heights

National Archaeology Day Comes to The College of Wooster

C3 Program Expands College’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

The AronBerkner Duo to Perform at The College of Wooster on Oct. 21

Game On: President Cornwell Takes a Swing at Cricket

Spirits Expected to Return to Campus for 10th ‘Day of the Dead’ Celebration

Wooster Students to Prepare, Serve Meal to Low-Income Residents

College of Wooster’s Production of ‘Equus’ Opens Oct. 25

Works by Three Artists Featured in Upcoming Exhibitions

In-Home Bread-Baking Operation Puts Food on the Table, Money in the Bank

Insect Sexuality and 'Pest' Management to be Discussed at Faculty at Large Lecture on Oct. 18

Wooster’s Undergraduate Research Program Highlighted in Journal Article

Giving up the Ghosts

Anthropologist to Discuss History of Plantation where Michelle Obama’s Ancestors were Enslaved

Tomb of Revered Maya Queen Discovered in Guatemala

Noted Translator to Give Reading of Brazilian Poet’s Works on Oct. 30

Libyan Author Talks about Reluctance and Rebelliousness

Guest Speaker to Address Apologetics, Class Inequality, and Study of Religion on Nov. 8

Lehigh University Professor to Present Helen Murray Free Lectures

Wooster Theatre Professor and Students Perform on World Stage

Poet Sharon Olds to Share Award-Winning Works on Nov. 12

More Than 100 Pipers and Drummers Compete on Campus

War Perspectives in Russian Cinema the Focus of next Faculty at Large Lecture

Former Southwest Airlines CEO to Present Wilson Lecture

Scot Marching Band to Present Fall Concert in McGaw Chapel on Oct. 28

Scots In Service Day Fosters Goodwill from Coast to Coast

Speaker to Address Environmental and Social Impacts of Fracking

Sufi Music Broadens Listening Options for Wooster Students

Author to Discuss an Indian’s Journey through Reservation Life on Oct. 25