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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the fall of 1993. The features section of the magazine opens with a piece discussing the economics of the College and the support it draws from foundations and businesses. A later article written by alumni William Van Cleave tells his tale of teaching at a boarding school for students with dyslexia and the unexpected fulfillment he found there. The Graphically Speaking section features images from the Third Alumni Invitational. The piece “A Career Evolves” tells the story of a Wooster Student whose computer programming career took off while he was still enrolled at the College. Retirements, Alumni News, and Class Notes can be found at the end of the edition.
The College of Wooster
conomics, teaching, dyslexia, computer programming, career
Economics; Teaching; Dyslexia; Computer programming; Career development
Havholm, Peter, "Wooster Magazine: Fall 1993" (1993). Wooster Magazine: 1991-2000. 29.