Archive | December, 2010

Professor of Communication receives prestigious award

The College of Wooster is once again on the national academic scene thanks to Professor of Communication Studies Denise Bostdorff.† Bostdorff is being recognized for her most recent book “Proclaiming the Truman Doctrine: The Cold War Call to Arms,” which was published in 2008. In November, at the National Communication Association annual meeting in San […]

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Alum makes American major motion picture debut

Motion picture director and Wooster graduate Duncan Jones ’95 has a lot on his plate right now. Coming off the hit of his sci-fi thriller “Moon,” Jones now has another milestone to celebrate: his American film debut. His new movie “Source Code” hits theaters on April 15 next year and is already creating a buzz […]

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College ties to India strengthened by visit

Late January marks an exciting time for President Grant Cornwell and his wife, Peg, associate to the president for community, trustee and parent relations.† The couple will be accompanied by Shila Garg, professor of physics and former dean of faculty, on a two-week excursion to India that will tour four different cities.

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AMRE’s 10 research projects presented

The Applied Mathematics Research Experience (AMRE) enjoyed its biggest and most successful year since it was established in 1994. 10 projects were researched this summer that growth was on displayed† on† Tuesday, Nov. 30. When students shared the results of their research at the annual Projects Day presentation.† Students worked with clients from the surrounding […]

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Former bassist sentenced to seven years

Bassist and music producer Richard Finch, a former member of KC and the Sunshine Band, has been sentenced in Ohio to seven years in prison for sex charges involving teen boys. Finch entered pleas of no contest in Licking County Common Pleas Court on Monday.† Finch apologized to a judge and the teens, saying he […]

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Ivy League drug ring busted

New York City authorities say five Columbia University students are charged with selling drugs on campus and at fraternity houses.† According to the Associated Press, Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Tuesday that the students and three off-campus suppliers have been arrested and indicted. The five-month investigation began in July. […]

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