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09/02/2014

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The Sophomore Research Program provides opportunities for students to work as paid research assistants to Wooster faculty members. Through this program students become true partners with faculty in the research process and acquire an understanding of the process involved in conducting research. Applications are due for the fall semester by 8 a.m. 9/15.

The Wooster Volunteer Network is looking for new board members. WVN Board members take on various roles including: linking with community agencies to identify service needs that exist in the community, maintaining a database and information about students who want to volunteer, encouraging students to consider volunteerism as part of their educational experience, planning and participating in campus-wide volunteer activities. If you have any questions regarding the application contact Hannah Olson at holson15@wooster.edu. The application is due Sept. 19th.

There is an informational volunteer meeting this Wednesday, Sept 3 in Lowry 120 from 8-9pm. The Wooster Volunteer Network will be talking about service houses, services trips, WVN sponsored events, and organizations in Wooster that need volunteers.

Join the Department of Theatre and Dance as they present Notes on Chai, a one-woman, devised performance featuring the Bombay based, Indian playwright and theatre/film performer Jyoti Dogra. Friday, September 5 at 7:00 pm in Shoolroy Theatre. Seats are limited and distributed on a first come first served basis. A reception will follow the performance in Freedlander Lobby. Questions? Contact Shirley Huston-Findley at <sfindley@wooster.edu>.

A closed meeting of alcoholics and addicts will be held in the student lounge (Room 508) in the Longbrake Student Wellness Center every Wednesday at 7pm. Please enter through the front door.

I lost a small bag of four clay stones with words engraved on them. They have a lot of sentimental value to me, so if you find them please contact me!

A Pre-Law Advising Table will be set up in the lobby of Lowry Center, Thursday, September 4, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We hope you will stop by and see what the Pre-Law Advising Program at Wooster has to offer.

Lost new macbook air charger, please contact liserson17@wooster.edu with any information!

Join Westminster Presbyterian Church on September 7th, Communion Sunday, after 10:45am worship as we "extend the table". All the makings for fresh sandwiches as well as deviled eggs will be provided. We ask those attending to bring fruit or dessert to round out the table (students do not need to bring a dish to share). The program at this first Social Justice Potluck of the academic year will be a conversation led by Pastor Dries, A Vision of Peacemaking. RSVP to Carly Jones at cjones@wooster.edu.

The biannual OICM Book Study is here again! This autumn join Linda Morgan-Clement and Jillian Yoder for lunch from 12-1pm every Wednesday in September. Beginning this Wed, Sept 3rd, meet in Lowry 118 to discuss the book series, This I Believe.

Whether you are thinking about going off campus or if you’re a returnee, Feel free to stop by APEX and visit the new OCS Office! Fall 2014 Advising Hours in APEX: •OCS 101 (Information on how OCS works and to speak with a Global Envoy): Mondays 7-9pm Tuesdays 11am – 12pm Wednesdays 11am – 12pm Thursdays 11am – 12pm •OCS Director’s Advising Hours: Monday through Friday, 11am – 12pm (Walk-ins welcome, no appointment needed) For appointments outside this time, please email ocs@wooster.edu

Black & Gold is The College of Wooster's academic research journal, committed to showcasing outstanding research and writing of faculty-mentored Wooster students. This publication presents an exciting opportunity for Wooster students to experience the process of editorial review and publication, and to present their work to a wide audience of peers and professionals alike. Submissions to Black & Gold are due on September 12th. For more information, please visit http://openworks.wooster.edu/blackandgold/ or email lmattson@wooster.edu.

In observance of Patriot Day, Pam Sprosty, a Wooster alum and 9/11 first responder who stayed at Ground Zero for three weeks and was recognized for her service and bravery with the New York Congressional Medal of Honor, will speak on Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Main Classroom Building at The University of Akron Wayne College. The event is free and open to the public.

Faculty/Staff Swim Monday - Friday: Noon - 2 PM Open Swim Mondays: 3 - 9 PM Tuesdays: 2 - 7 PM Wednesdays: 3 - 9 PM Thursdays: 2 - 9 PM Fridays: 3 - 9 PM Saturdays: Closed Sundays: 4 - 6 PM

Williams Fitness Center Monday - Friday: 6 AM - 10 PM Saturday: 10 AM - 10 PM Sunday: Noon - 10 PM Swigart Strength Center Monday - Friday: 8 AM - 8 PM Saturday - Sunday: Noon - 8 PM

Scot Center hours for the fall semester. As a reminder, a second pair of clean shoes must be brought in to use any facility in the Scot Center. Monday - Thursday: 6 AM - Midnight (Card Swipe 6-10 AM & 10 PM - Midnight) Friday: 6 AM - 10 PM (Card Swipe 6-10 AM) Saturday: 8 AM - 10 PM (Card Swipe 8-10 AM) Sunday: Noon - 10 PM

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