ìHanging out with the bros” can mean all sorts of things on a college campus: eating and playing video games, to name a couple. But for seven juniors on the north end of campus, who call themselves The Brochet Society, it means spending two days a week crocheting hats for charitable agencies. Continue reading Bros crochet for causes in local campus community
Six suspected cases of H1N1 influenza (commonly referred to as the ìswine flu”) have been documented at The College of Wooster since the beginning of the semester.
Director of Longbrake Student Wellness Center Nancy Anderson noted that six students have tested positive for Influenza A, which, at this time of year, usually denotes the H1N1 virus.† However, official testing for the presence of H1N1 is only given for patients who are hospitalized or if a large enough cluster of cases is suspected. Continue reading Campus takes precautions for flu
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the collapse of the Berlin Wall, The College will join campuses around the world in commemorating the anniversary.† Student-designed wall segments will be displayed on campus between Lowry and the Oak Grove for the week of Nov. 9th. Continue reading Upcoming event to commemorate fall of the Berlin Wall
This past week, the campus hosted Professor Shirley Scott from the University of New South Wales to present a talk entitled ìInternational Law and US Power: A Critique.”
Scott is a published author on international law, having worked with a multitude of scholars in Australia, North America and the United Kingdom. According to the University of New South Wales Web site, her current research projects are ìThe United States and International Law” and ìInternational Law and the Use of Force.”† She was here at the Tuesday forum to discuss her findings up to this point. Continue reading Australian professor speaks on foreign policy