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The Fall 2014 edition of the Wooster Magazine showcases the newly opened dorm, Gault Schoolhouse, on the cover. President Grant Cornwell opens the issue with an article about student debt. A section titled "Pain and Grace" delves into Ramses Clements '10 experience working with the Bellefaire JCB’s Homeless and Missing Youth Program. Mieke Vandersall '98 discusses her work with the Presbyterian Church since 2004 to end denominational discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression. Kristen Leslie '83 and her involvement regarding the topic of rape in the military. A number of Wooster students and their reaction to the border conflicts and tragedies are highlighted from page 26-29. Next, the financial summary for 2014 is featured. The issue closes with some students experiences abroad.
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study abroad, rape, military, Presbyterian Church, Homeless, Missing Youth Program, President Grant Cornwell, Gault Schoolhouse
Crosbie, Karol, "Wooster Magazine: Fall 2014" (2014). Wooster Magazine: 2011-Present. 1.