Home Sweet Home
The video begins with a conversation with David Brown about residence life on campus. Several interviews were conducted with Resident Assistants and residents about their experiences. The video then shifted to an interview with Ted Williams, Emeritus Chemistry Professor, about his tenure at the college and his mentorship. Nancy Ditmer talked about her role as the director of the Scot Band and the mission of the band. Students in the band were interviewed about why they chose to come to Wooster and join the band. The video explored different sports teams at the college, interviewing the Volleyball Coach Terri Mason, Football Coach Mike Schmitz, and football players Jeff Spraggins and Nick Hajjar. Tom Love described the athletic training resources available to athletes on campus. Ending the video, President R. Stanton Hales discussed the College's ranking in the current year.
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Residence Life, Mentorship, Scot Band, Intercollegiate Athletics, Athletic Training, Reflections from the President, Nancy Ditmer, R. Stanton Hales, Tom Love, Tom Williams, Chemistry, volleyball, football
Hales, R. Stanton; Documentary videos; Resident assistants (Dormitories); Marching bands; Intercollegiate athletics; Mentorship
"Home Sweet Home" (2002). Campus Close-up. 20.