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The spring issue of Wooster magazine showcases The College of Wooster’s new Pathways Programs which bring together interdisciplinary courses, experiential learning, and ongoing reflection for current students. Alumni working in the areas of Public Health, Global Impacts, Museum & Archival Studies, Entrepreneurship, Activism & Social Change, Digital & Visual Storytelling, and Data Exploration & Communication comment on how they have applied their liberal arts education in today’s world. The issue also features an update and renderings of the planned renovation and expansion of the student center. Oak Grove includes an update on diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings taking place College-wide as well as Mentoring Matchup with Andy Zidron, head men’s soccer coach and Andreas Xenofontos ’21 and Why Wooster with Hamed Goharipour, assistant professor of Urban Studies. Tartan Ties includes a map that illustrates the engagement with virtual alumni events this fall as well as profiles on alumni Joe Vardon ’02, NBA journalist, and Wayne Cornelius ’67, who advised on the presidential campaigns of Pete Buttigieg and Joe Biden.
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Stanowick, Caitlin Paynich, "Wooster Magazine: Spring 2021" (2021). Wooster Magazine: 2011-Present. 36.