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On Monday March 30th at 7pm I will be having a screening of Pink Saris in Kauke 037. This is a documentary on the effects of domestic abuse in South Asia and the social activism that ensues this. This screening is a part of my project from my Human Rights class and I would really appreciate it if you could come! Snacks will be provided and a discussion following the screening.
Come to Soup and Bread served in Kittredge Dining Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Friday, March 27th. Please stop by to help out in the kitchen and/or eat Broccoli Cheese Soup, White Chicken Chili, Vegan Vegetable Soup, and Whole Grain Breads and Toppings! Remember, $3 of your meal swipe will go to a local, national, or international food charity. Check us out on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/soupandbread/
A $350 scholarship will be awarded to the winner of the essay contest. All students are eligible to apply. Find out more information on their website.
Found--Sunglasses in Moms. Email me with brief description to claim them.
The Housing Selection Process for the 2015-2016 school year has begun! On the Residence Life website you will find all necessary information regarding dates and application processes for housing for next year. For more detailed information, please read the 2015-16 Housing Selection Newsletter. If you have additional questions regarding any part of the Housing Selection process, please feel free to stop by the Office of Residence Life!
The 5th annual Wooster Urban Adventure Challenge will be held on Saturday, June 20. Teams of 2 or 3 compete in a challenge on foot and bike to solve clues and do challenges throughout Wooster. There is a $10 discount for College of Wooster students and staff if you register by April 15. Use the code - cow. For more information go to - woosterurbanadventure.org or contact ptegtmeier.
Poet Laureate (2012-2014) and Pulitzer Prize Winner Natasha Trethewey will present a reading of her works at The College of Wooster on Thursday, April 2. The event, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Room 009 of Severance Hall (943 College Mall).
The Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to a reading of LIGHTS OUT, by noted Indian playwright Manjula Padmanabhan. Friday, MARCH 27 at 7:00 pm in Shoolroy Theatre. Tickets are not required but seating is limited. LIGHTS OUT is a powerful drama in which, "the daily mystery of heart-rendering screams from a woman in obvious pain destroys the fabric of domesticity of a middle-class couple, divided in their response to her anguish. As the play unfolds, one begins to realize she is not the only woman coping with abuse."
The College of Wooster’s Pre-Law Advising Program is now accepting applications for The David L. Carpenter Pre-Law Prize for 2015. A cash prize is awarded at Commencement to the outstanding Pre-Law graduating senior. Applications are available at http://www.wooster.edu/academics/areas/pre-law/prize/ All typewritten application materials are due to Patrice Reeder, Scovel 116A, by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 27, 2015.
Margaret Croghan, a music therapy major, will present her senior piano recital on Saturday, March 28, at 7:30 pm in Gault Recital Hall. Come out and show your support for Maggie while enjoying a lovely piano recital! Free and open to the public!
Dr. Ioana Galu, visiting professor of violin and viola, will present a faculty recital accompanied by Christina Mathews on piano. This recital, free and open to the public, will be given on Saturday, March 28, beginning at 4:00 pm in Gault Recital Hall. Plan now to join us for some beautiful violin selections!