Archive | January, 2011

Global Social Entrepreneurship Program wins award

WOOSTER, Ohio ó The College of Wooster’s Global Social Entrepreneurship (Global SE) program has been cited for excellence by the Institute of International Education (IIE). IIE, which also administers the Fulbright program, will honor Global SE with the Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovation in International Education ó specifically internationalizing the campus through business education ó […]

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Upcoming Events: All around campus

Theatre & Dance Senior I.S. Productions The department of theatre and dance presents four nights of original performances by five theater and dance majors as part of their Senior Independent Study (Jackie Komos, George Myatt, Lindsay Phillips, Owen Reynolds, and Nina Takacs). Performance dates are divided upon two different sets of dates. Feb. 9, 11 […]

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Tree Exhibit comes to Ebert Art Museum

“Trees: an interdisciplinary dialogue” opened on Jan. 18, and a gallery talk was held last Thursday, Jan. 20. “Trees” is a celebration of the art, technology, and artifacts connected to our arboreal landscape. The exhibition incorporates various medias and stories about trees from Northeastern Ohio and beyond, and also includes a display some of the […]

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The King’s Speech

British royalty is in. The world is atwitter with Prince William’s engagement to Kate Middleton and the 2010 movie “The King’s Speech” is nominated for seven Golden Globe Awards, 14 awards from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, 14 British Academy of Film Awards and 12 Academy Awards. And it deserves every bit […]

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Woman attempts to smuggle 44 iPhones

A woman traveling through Israel’s Ben-Gurion International Airport was caught with 44 iPhone 4s in her stockings. The extra bulk and weight made for an unnatural gait, which tipped off officials working in customs. According to MSNBC, when officials approached the woman she claimed that she was walking strangely because she was not feeling well. […]

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Going Green: Helpful ideas from EcoTrust

- Don’t Get a Paper Phone Book: Save paper by using an online directory instead.† Often times it takes less time to use a search engine to find an address rather than leaf through an enormous book.

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