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The spring 2022 issue of Wooster magazine recognizes the legacy of Black voices and student activism at The College of Wooster. While founded on principles of equity and inclusion, throughout history reality has not always met these ideals and the work to ensure that every individual thrives on the Wooster campus, free from bias, harassment, and discrimination remains ongoing. This issue of the magazine outlines Black history and some of the student activism that has driven needed change at the College. It also features the stories of some of the many Wooster alumni who have gone on to make powerful change for justice in the world including LeRoy Reese ’88, Ayesha Bell Hardaway ’97, Joy E. Bronson ’07, and Samuel Kitara ’14. Oak Grove highlights some new Wooster faculty and staff and how they are settling in at the College. Tartan Ties includes class notes, recent alumni books, and profiles on Wooster alumni Antwan Chambers ’14 and Diane Brown-Young ’87.
The College of Wooster
Black Lives Matter, activism, protest, Black history, social justice, equity, inclusion, Galpin Takeover
Stanowick, Caitlin Paynich, "Wooster Magazine: Spring 2022" (2022). Wooster Magazine: 2011-Present. 39.