Author Archives: Joel P.

About Joel P.

Joel P. is the Program Coordinator for the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement. He studied history at Texas A&M and student affairs at Ohio State, and is an avid coffee drinker and soccer watcher. His eventual research interests include GLBT issues on an international scale and amongst international students, international relations and the First Amendment on campus.

Student Documentary Examines Wooster Reaction to Trayvon Martin Case

The shooting of Trayvon Martin has been a focus of media attention since he was killed by George Zimmerman on February 26th, 2012 in Sanford, Florida.  His killing has sparked numerous debates, many of which are continuations of never-ending discussions … Continue reading

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Spaces Still Available for OMSA and C3’s International Women’s Day Celebration!

Join the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs and C3: Cross-Cultural Connections for our International Women’s Day Celebration, beginning tomorrow night, Wednesday, at 630pm, in the Babcock Formal Lounge.  We will have a few speakers, consisting of students, faculty and community … Continue reading

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UN issues groundbreaking report on GBLT Human Rights

Dr. Kent Kille, of Wooster’s Department of Political Science, sent this information to CDGE, which we wanted to pass further on to our readers.     The United Nations released it’s first-ever report on the human rights of gay, lesbian, … Continue reading

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Dr. King, Jr. Celebrations and More for when you all return

First of all, the Center for Diversity and Global Engagement would like to wish everyone the best of luck on finals this week as students here at Wooster finish up exams and papers! We hope that everyone has a great … Continue reading

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Recognizing World AIDS Day and upcoming CDGE events

On December 1st, the world will take time to recognize World AIDS Day, which symbolizes a chance to stand together and remember those we have lost to these worldwide epidemic, but also a time to recommit ourselves to fighting for … Continue reading

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