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10/31/2014

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There will be a film screening of Ayiti Toma on November 3 in Severance 009. The screening is from 7:30-9:00 p.m. and a discussion will follow from 9:00-9:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided. This event is sponsored by French and Francophone Studies, History, International Relations, Center for Diversity and Global Engagement, Religious Studies, and Sociology/Anthropology.

Join us for the final event of International Education Week 2014 - the delicious South Asia Dinner. Tickets are on sale now at the COW Bookstore, and are only $5. All are welcome. The full schedule of IEW events is available online.

If you enjoyed the classic OICM Book Study with Jillian Yoder and Linda Morgan-Clement, then join us this Thursday for an OICM workshop on writing personal credo statements based on the book series This I Believe. Workshops will be at 12pm in Lowry 120 on Oct 30th, Nov 6th, Nov 13th, and Nov 20th.

Join us for our season opener, SCAPIN, Thursday, October 30 through Saturday, November 1 at 7:30 pm in Freedlander Theatre. Adapted from Moliere by Bill Irwin and Mark O'Donnell, this modern day commedia dell'arte is full of both verbal and physical slapstick comedy. Join us for a laugh! Tickets are on sale at the Freedlander Box Office or can be reserved by calling 330-263-2241.

Join us on Monday Nov 3 at 7 pm in Babcock to hear about the experiences of five Wooster students who have studied abroad. Light refreshments will be served. This event is part of International Education Week 2014.

The International Education Week Culture Show will be held in McGaw Chapel on Saturday, November 1, at 7 pm. Entrance is FREE and it's Family Weekend, so bring your family too! During this event, the Akaa project will be collecting spare change to invest in education initiatives in rural Ghana.

International Education Week is here! Join us as we travel around the world in 7 days from Oct 31 to Nov 8. The full schedule of events is online.

Imagine yourself in Italy next summer. Wooster Summer in Tuscany offers two full credit history courses over a month of cultural immersion in Siena, Italy, one of Europe's most perfectly preserved medieval cities. Come to Kauke Hall, Room 244, at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 6th, to put yourself in the picture. This information session will outline the practical details of the program as well as the philosophy behind the living/learning experience in Tuscany. For more information please contact Professor Madonna Hettinger at mhettinger@wooster.edu.

November 1st, 11:45am-2:45pm, CoRE & APEX Featured Presentations: Off Campus Study, Shepherd Fellows, AMRE, APEX Fellows & Summer Research! Come hear students sharing stories about their summer research, internships, and volunteer experiences from across the country and around the world.

If you plan to vote in Wayne County on Tuesday, November 4, you will need verification of your current local address. The College can provide a letter which serves as a utility bill. You MUST contact the Dean of Students Office to request this letter. Email dean_of_students@wooster.edu no later than Thursday, October 30. The letter will be mailed to your campus mailbox.

Wooster Overnight Organization on behalf of Admissions will be having their first large overnight program on November 9th! All hosts are needed, but we are in a great need for male hosts! Individuals involved in Greek Life will receive 4 service hours for hosting.If you are interested in hosting contact Stephanie Marengere at smarengere16@wooster.edu

Join Westminster Presbyterian Church on November 2nd after 10:45am worship for the Social Justice Potluck. We will provide a main dish and we ask those attending to bring a side or dessert to round out the table. (Students and their families do not need to bring a dish.)The program this month will feature the Synod of the Covenant's Mission to the USA partner Andria Bannourah, a 27-year old man from Bethlehem, Palestine. Andria will be speaking to us about "Life in Bethlehem Under Occupation". E-mail or call Carly Jones in the church office to RSVP (2398 or cjones@wooster.edu).

TEDx Wooster will take place on Saturday, November 8th in the Gault Recital Hall in Scheide. The event will run from 10:00am - 12:30pm and is open to everyone. The event is FREE. Come watch as 7 speeches push your understanding and your willingness to go outside your comfort zone. We will have donuts and coffee in the morning as well as snacks around 11:15am, so come hungry! If you are unable to make it to the event, watch us live at www.wooster.edu/live. Don't forget to like us on Facebook for updates! https://www.facebook.com/TEDxWooster See you then!

A Wooster Fall Photo Contest by the Office of Alumni Relations. Got picture of our gorgeous campus this fall? Email them to: alumni@wooster.edu BY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7th! Title the email subject: Photo Contest Name photo/s your name (number if more than one is submitted) & Class Year WIN PRIZES WORTH $50, $30 & $20 !

Family Weekend 2014 is October 31-November 2. The full schedule of events can be found on the website. Join us in welcoming our families and visitors!

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