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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the summer of 2006. Sally Whitman's 13 year journey on completing her bachelors degree is featured on page three. Students will no longer be registering for classes in person, but rather online through the Scotweb system. Twenty student's IS abstracts are featured from page eight to thirteen. English professor, Daniel Bourne is featured along with a few of the poems he has written. Professor Anne Nurse's sociology class, Criminology and Deviance, is highlighted for the fact that half of the class is made up of inmates from the Indian River Juvenile Correctional Facility. The next story in the magazine is abut Mark Denbeaux '65 and his son Josh '90 who fight for human rights as attorneys in Guantanamo. Birt Babcock's ('94) legacy story is on page twenty-eight and twenty-nine. The Class Notes section is from page thirty to sixty-three.
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Scotweb, registration, Sally Whitman, Birt Babcock, Anne Nurse, Daniel Bourne, Criminology and Deviance, sociology, human rights Guantanamo
Crosbie, Karol, "Wooster Magazine: Summer 2006" (2006). Wooster Magazine: 2001-2010. 2.