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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the spring of 1998. The first two pieces in this issue focus on leadership. First, an article on a course examining leadership, then an article about alumni reflecting on learning leadership during their Liberal Arts education. A faculty profile highlights Professor Bob Blair and his research in prisons. The final featured article highlights an alumni working for Associated Press, and his experience with the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal. Other topics covered in the issue include teaching journalism and assessments by international students of American media. The Oak Grove features a number of small stories from campus, including one on Moot Court and a NASA grant received by a professor of physics. Class Notes, Alumni News, and Weddings are featured in the middle of the issue.
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Leadership, College Classes, Journalism, Prisons, political scandal
Leadership; Journalism and education; Prisons; Political corruption
Hanna, Jeffery G., "Wooster Magazine: Spring 1998" (1998). Wooster Magazine: 1991-2000. 26.