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The fall 2015 issue of the Wooster magazine celebrates 100 years of the Wooster Symphony Orchestra. Past conductors mentioned include: Daniel Parmelee, Homer E. Crain, Daniel Parmelee, Alan C. Collins, Stuart Ling, Marshall Haddock, Manuel Prestamo, Nancy Garlick, Dale Moore, Jack Gallagher, and Jeffrey Lindberg. There is also a profile on Don Swegan ’47 as an athlete, educator, and administrator. This issue also includes the 2015 annual report and donor list, a piece on Interim President S. Gloria Nugent and her “One Wooster” campaign, reflections on Ted Celeste ’67, and a piece dedicated to the Holden Annex coming down after 90 years of “temporary” service. There is a section about Wooster’s connection with Ghana through the Ashesi University College (which employed Ngozi Cole ’15 and Caroline Bybee ’15) and the Akaa Project, in which Lauren Grimanis ’12, Annelise Bay ’16, and Eryn Greaney ’14 are involved. Lastly, there is a section titled “The Keys to Success,” which draws from Howard Lowry ’23, Bill Townsend ’86, Doug Strickler ’84, Ben Schrock ’08, Jill Chokey Ramsier ’95, Johanna Tilbury ’77, Sundaram Tagore ’84, Jamie Christensen ’86, Keith Nahigian ’90, and Federico Erebia ’84. Chris Perrin ’18 closes out the issue with some information on Wooster’s new Peace Corps Prep Program.
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Wooster Symphony Orchestra, Holden Annex, Peace Corps
Crosbie, Karol, "Wooster Magazine: Fall 2015" (2015). Wooster Magazine: 2011-Present. 21.