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The Spring 2013 edition of the Wooster Magazine focuses on sustainability on the College of Wooster campus. Now known as Gault Schoolhouse, the Learning Center transferred the ownership of the building to the college at no cost. Jim Clarke ’59, Ken Fischer ’66, and Diane Jorkasky ’73 will be the three alumni to receive the Distinguished alumni award. The Community Bike Program has a feature article in the sustainability section. Student activists have been able to make a difference regarding bottled water, which will not be sold (with the exception of SmartWater). 33 filtered bottle refill stations have been installed throughout campus. Following the sustainability section, the archaeology department and its professors are featured. Karol Crosbie's story highlights the history of the college's foundation and very beginnings.
The College of Wooster
sustainability, archaeology, Distinguished alumni award, Gault Schoolhouse, donation, foundation
Crosbie, Karol, "Wooster Magazine: Spring 2013" (2013). Wooster Magazine: 2011-Present. 6.