Tag Archives: conscience and character

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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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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Justice For All: CDGE’s Leader in Residence

MacArthur Fellowship Award winner, Lateefah Simon, will visit campus for a series of lectures, workshops and classroom visits from November 7 – 11, 2011. Ms. Simon is the Executive Director of the Rosenberg Foundation, and former Executive Director of the … Continue reading

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A multidimensional dialogue on Columbus

In response to the Forum lecture series, a panel of faculty members will hold a dialogue on “Columbus: Legacy of Discovery or Cruelty?” at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, October 10th in Lowry Main Lounge. The multi-dimensional conversation will explore the … Continue reading

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Educational opportunities this week

There are a myriad of opportunities to learn about inclusion and global engagement this week. Aside from going to see Charles Man at 7:30pm in McGaw tonight, here is a partial list of the Center’s collaborative activities. On Wednesday at 7pm … Continue reading

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