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Please join the Student Wellness Center Staff in Lowry today (Feb. 15) from 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. at our De-Stress Fair where you will have fun with one of our many activities. We will have meditation, ball room dancing, knitting, legos, Alexander Technique, string art, puzzles, fishing for inspiration, games, bubbles, DOOR PRIZES, and more. Hope to see YOU there!

Westminster Presbyterian Church invites you to join us for our monthly Vegan Potluck on Thursday, February 16th at 6:00 p.m. in Mackey Hall, 353 E. Pine Street. This meal is a great opportunity for College of Wooster students to enjoy delicious plant-based food and good fellowship with community members. Sign up at

Want to learn more about video editing, audio editing, graphic design, iOS app development, building 3D games, data visualization, presentations, or I.S. formatting and posters? Visit our site for the 23 workshop sessions on thirteen different topics still to be offered this semester.

Educational Technology is hosting a three-part workshop series that will introduce you to Unity3D, a free game engine and game development application. You’ll construct a platforming game in a virtual world. No prior experience needed. Join us for the next three Wednesdays on Feb 15 & 22 and March 1 at 7PM in Taylor 205. For the workshop agendas and registration, visit:

All are welcome to learn how to discover appropriate data sets for your needs both on the Internet and within the College of Wooster Libraries' resources. Workshops are Tuesday, 2/21/17, 7-7:50 pm and Thursday, 2/23/17, 4-4:50 pm, in the Cube/CoRE of Andrews Library. Please bring a laptop!

Line graphs, bar charts, formulas… Join Educational Technology for a one hour Excel workshop to learn how to leverage spreadsheets for data analysis and present charts in a visually appealing way. The workshops will be held Wednesday, February 8th at 7p.m. or Monday, March 27th at 4p.m. in CoRE. For the workshop agenda and registration, visit:

Directed by Tashiyanah Hutchins for her Senior IS. Funnyhouse of a Negro by Adrienne Kennedy is a depiction of racism internalized. Sarah's mind becomes a living playground for her "selves," figures of history who tell her that White is superior to Black. Praising her light skinned mother and hating her dark-skinned father, Sarah tries to find a place for herself in this black-and-white world. The show will be performed in Shoolroy Theatre, February 17th and 18th at 7:30pm. Freedlander Box Office opens on Monday, February 13, 2017. Tickets are free but must be reserved. Call 330.263.2241

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